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Creation Based Science Museum Opens Today

by WKSU's VINCENT DUFFY


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Vincent Duffy
 
A new museum opens in Copley today. The goal is to create questions about evolution and offer a Biblical view of the earth's creation.
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This is the dinosaur model that greets arrivals to the museum.
This is the sign for the museum
A casting of a T-Rex skull and a replica of a dinosaur head.
This casting of a fossilized print is presented as a human footprint found among dinosaur footprints.
This artists rendition of the great flood shows Noah's ark in the background, and animals and dinosaurs near the ark.
These wooden dinosaurs are hunted with water balloons by kids in Truassic Park.
 
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