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Philip J. Senter

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Philip J. Senter is a vertebrate paleontologist with a specialty in dinosaur paleobiology. He earned a PhD in Biological Sciences from Northern Illinois University in 2003 and teaches biology courses at Fayetteville State University in North Carolina. He has published more than sixty articles on dinosaur paleontology, reptile biology, and the creation-evolution debate. He can be contacted at psenter@uncfsu.edu

Fire-Breathing Dinosaurs?

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 41.4, July/August 2017

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Fire-Breathing Dinosaurs?

To support their claim that humans and dinosaurs coexisted, numerous antievolution publications—including grade-school science textbooks—assert that dragon legends were inspired by human encounters with fire-breathing dinosaurs. Here’s why that’s unrealistic.

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Did Australia’s Aborigines See Plesiosaurs? Yes–in a Children’s Book

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 41.4, July/August 2017

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