This magnet features the skull of a Dracorex Hogwartsia dinosaur along with the Wonders Center logo on the bottom. Come check out this display and take home a keepsake to stick wherever you want!
In the book Dire Dragons, Vance Nelson describes,
“A few years ago in South Dakota, a very interesting dinosaur was found. It was named Dracorex Hogwartsia which means ‘dragon king of Hogwarts.’ The name was given after the mythical storyline of the Harry Potter series which presented a dragon on the big screen.
The specimen was donated to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. Interestingly, one of the signs reads ‘Is it a dragon or a dinosaur?’ Another sign says, ‘It’s a new type of dinosaur that looks like a dragon.’ Another plaque says ‘When we saw this creature’s head, we weren’t sure what kind of dinosaur it was. Its spiky horns, bumps, and long muzzle looked more like a dragon.’ Had the individuals who studied and named this creature remembered the true history of paleontology, they would not have been surprised at the similarities between dinosaurs and dragons.
Could it be that dragons and dinosaurs bear striking similarities because they are simply different names for the same creatures? Many of the founding fathers of paleontology would have given a resounding ‘Yes!’ The evidence is overwhelming that the dragons of old are the dinosaurs of present. The evidence seems to favor a recent origin for these creatures and their coexistence with humans. This really wouldn’t be a surprise, however, to Bible-believers who understand that all animals were made within a day of each other and lived together just thousands of years ago.”
If you’re interested in finding out more about the topic of dragons and dinosaurs, check out Dire Dragons by Vance Nelson on the Creation Superstore!