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The mighty Mokele-mbembe (pronounced mo-kay-lee mmmbem-bee), King of the waters, a.k.a. N'yamala. The Mokele-mbembe spends most of its time in the water, and usually only comes out to feed. It is strictly vegetarian and prefers to eat a white fruit known as Malombo, pictured in the bottom left. While they do not eat flesh, they do attack and kill hippos, and occasionally people in boats. After shattering the boat the Mokele-mbembe may kill the passengers by thrashing them with its tail and biting them. It eats nothing it kills. Once in the early 1900's a group of pygmies killed a Mokele-mbembe and ate it, and all of them died shortly thereafter, leading some to believe that if one saw a Mokele-mbembe and spoke of it they would die, of course many of them talk about it anyways, as evidenced by the research conducted by Dr. Roy Mackal. A good book about the Mokele-mbembe is "A Living Dinosaur? In Search of Mokele-Mbembe," by Roy Mackal, who conducts very thorough research and cites earlier research as well. Dr. Mackal is an evolutionst, but he mentions evolution very little after the first chapter, and he is one of the more conservative and open minded evolutionary scientists. For a brief run down on the Mokele-mbembe see [link]
The point is Christians do not need to be ashamed of a literal interpretation of Genesis, Dinosaurs and man have always lived together, and still do in some parts of the world.
O yes, done with coloured pencils, Prismacolor is my mainstay.
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