A German merchant in Acambaro
, Mexico, one morning in July of 1944, was riding his horse near El Toro Mountain. He saw something half
buried in the dirt. Waldemar Juisrud dismounted and dug up some ceramic pieces that were unlike anything he had seen. Eventually over
33,000 ceramic figurines were uncovered, artifacts of the Chupicuaro Culture (800 BC to 200 AD). Experts verified their antiquity
. . . that is, until it became obvious that some showed obvious images of dinosaurs; that was when the experts changed their
opinions about age.
Not all scientists dismissed the clay figurines that had dinosaur images.
copyright 2009 Jonathan Whitcomb
Clay Figurines Of Acambaro, Mexico