Here's this week's IDiocy from "Answers in Genesis!"
Q: Do creationists believe flying dragons were mythical?
A: The pictures of flying dragons we see in movies and books may be a bit
fanciful. But they are probably based on memories from people who did see such
flying creatures, perhaps pterodactyls.
In the 5th century BC, Herodotus, the famous Greek historian, wrote about
the “winged serpents” of Arabia. Their descriptions fit what we know about
pterodactyls. Similar reports of such creatures come from Ethiopia and India.
And there are people living today in the jungles of Southern Africa who say
they've seen flying reptiles—though they call them “kongamato.” Even the Bible,
in the book of Isaiah, talks about flying serpents that lived with people.
Evolutionists insist that the flying reptiles became extinct with the
dinosaurs millions of years ago. But the Bible and ancient records give evidence
that such creatures lived with people not so long ago.
Furthermore, it shouldn't surprise those who believe in the book of Genesis
if such a flying reptile was still living today. After all, the Bible says
that God created all the land animals on the sixth day of creation.
So "The Flintstones" were apparently based on reality - the bible tells us