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Sunday, 12 February 2012

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In the Nevada desert, a group of archaeologists have made an astonishing discovery which appears to provide evidence for creationism. In a large dig site, the bones of ten dinosaurs have been discovered wearing crucifixes.

Chief digger and creationist Doris Wankel said, "This really is amazing, but it raises even more questions. Did the dinosaurs worship Jesus even though he was supposedly born after them? Or did the dinosaurs live after Jesus? Or when God planted the dinosaur bones to fool us, was this part of his plan? I really am incredibly confused. There was nothing in the Bible about this."

Evolutionary archaeologist Herbert Crankshaft was dismissive. He thought the creationists had just made up the whole story to try to provide "proof" of their crazy world view. "What puzzles me is why they are now using the evidence in the fossil record to support their arguments, when for years they've been completely ignoring it because it didn't fit their ideas."

There are further problems in store for the creationists. They are unable to decide whether the dinosaurs in question are Catholic or Protestant. Wankel said, "For all we know, these dinosaurs could be Mormons. That would certainly explain a lot."

Further up the road, a rival group of archaeologists claim to have dug up the remains of a "Dino-Pope", a Tyrannosaurus Rex buried wearing a mitre.

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