Readers know I have no axe to grind against the idea of a creator. I know two many scientists with PhDs teaching at research universities to think that the idea of a creator is impossible for a modern scientist to embrace. And I’ve read enough good evolutionary theory to know that evolutionists needlessly caricature creationism as an idea, painting it with a broad brush as the sort of hackneyed creationism discussed below. Creationists promoting this sort of thing should be ashamed — both of their intent and their inept science, whichever applies.
Paleobabble readers will enjoy the recent lengthy and meticulous exposure of pseudo-paleontology: the case of this “dragon” skeleton. As the item at the link notes, a “dragon” skeleton (cast as a “late living pterosaur” to promote the idea of recent creation) displayed in Rome is nothing of the sort. It’s a good read, but the real pummeling is to be found in the electronic paleontology journal that published the expose.
What creationist actually used this as evidence? When I go to creation.com or answersingenesis.org I don’t see any articles about it at all. I think that evolutionists who use this an example of Biblical creationism are purposely seeking out a straw man.
maybe you missed this one – https://answersingenesis.org/dinosaurs/dinosaurs-and-the-bible/ (search for “dragon” in it).
or this one: http://creation.com/dracorexthe-dinosaur-that-looks-like-a-dragon
They aren’t that hard to find.