"Of all the animosities which have existed among mankind, those which are caused by difference of sentiments in religion appear to be the most inveterate and distressing, and ought most to be deprecated. I was in hopes that the enlightened and liberal policy, which has marked the present age, would at least have reconciled Christians of every denomination so far that we should never again see the religious disputes carried to such a pitch as to endanger the peace of society." - George Washington
When you compare how WTC 7 fell to the model the NIST put out of how it fell, you'll notice one startling discrepancy. What you see in real life and what you see on NIST's computer model don't match. A University study concluded that WTC 7 could NOT have fallen by fire and a short video on this anomaly even aired on PBS (if one building could be shown to not have fallen from fire could the others be as well?).
Does this look like a lions paw to you? While the Stegosaurus at the 12th Century temple at Angor Wat has gotten alot of attention, another very interesting possible dinosaur rock carving artifact may have been found by an Indian explorer. The Indian explorer, Parveen Mohan, noticed that the feet designated as "Lions Paws" by some 18th century British explorers look like a T-Rex. Its really hard to argue that these are not dinosaur feet. Ravana's Giant Feet Found in Sri Lanka? Sigiriya's Reptilian Secret | Praveen Mohan
Mohan's obvious observation:
Maybe the dinosaur fossils of China made it all the way to Sri Lanka as far back as the 5th century and were seen as terrifying enough for a 5th century monarch to put it on his fortress.
Stegosaurus Carved at Angkor Wat? The Mystery of the Dinosaur Carving at Ta Prohm Temple in Cambodia - A brief video visiting the strange stegosaurus carving at Ta Prohm Temple in the Angkor Wat complex. Is it a dinosaur, or simply another creature with 'decoration'? It is at least 800 years old
The image carved into the temple is easily a good enough imaginative work by someone adding flesh to bones artistically.
The carving is not as accurate as modern reconstructions, but it is a carving on a temple. At some point this became a religious symbol OR it may be a symbol of some house/tribe that contributed to building the temple.