Mokele-Mbembe is the name of a sauropod-like cryptid (a suggested but not confirmed living creature) living in the jungles of the congo. Bill Gibbons has gone on many expeditions searching for this creature, and has spent much of his life researching and going on expeditions. Now he has a new book out recounting his expeditions and encounters in search of this creature.
Many creationists hold various opinions about whether or not Dinosaurs lived very far past the flood. Some think they were not on the ark, some think they died out immediately after, some think they lived until the middle ages, and some think that a few of them are still hanging around today. I used to be bullish for the idea of present-day dinosaurs, but I've become slightly more skeptical. However, I still think it is an idea meriting discussions.
Today, I found in Google reader two interesting stories about modern or semi-modern Dinosaurs, one from CMI and one from AiG: