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Illinois school slammed for hosting creationists who teach kids that T-Rexes ate vegetables on Noah’s Ark

A grade school in Effingham, Illinois is taking criticism from parents after it hosted a group of creationists who taught their children that dinosaurs lived on Noah’s Ark. Local news station WAND 17 reports that Central Grade School hosted a Saturday morning event last month that was billed...
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