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The foundation donated the T. rex, Acrocanthosaurus and mastodon exhibits to the Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum, an institution thatcost $1.5 million to build and was opened in 2009. The Billings Gazette noted at the time that it was the largest donation for a specific exhibit. Robert Canen, the museums director, told HuffPost on Monday that Gianforte donated the dinosaurs in 2008 and the hairy elephantine mammal in 2009. The donations were valued at about $295,000, he said. We believe the Bible is an accurate history, so we look at it from that perspective. Robert Canen, Glendive Dinosaur and Fossil Museum director The museum rejects Darwins theory of evolution and promotes the idea, contrary to scientific consensus, that the planet is about 6,000 years old and dinosaurs and people walked the Eartharound at the same time. The museum has its own dig site and performs what Canen called the science of paleontology in a biblical context. We believe the Bible is an accurate history, so we look at it from that perspective, Canen said. We think the Earth is thousands of years old, not millions of years. Just 11 percent of evangelical Protestants believe humans evolved due to natural processes, according to the Pew Research Centers most recent poll on religious beliefs. That number inched slightly higher to 16 percent among historically black Protestants.
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