Strange Dinosaur Classification is Strange

People who do merchandising in a retail environment are probably familiar with something called a planogram. (You may have seen sheets of paper with markings taped to shelving units, that is probably a planogram.) Essentially, they are maps for the placement of merchandise in big chain stores.

Those are made at corporate headquarters, and some of them are very strange and out of touch with reality, frustrating customers and store employees alike. Something similar happened with the discovery of a dinosaur called Jakapil kaniukura. Well, a few scattered parts.

Parts of a Jakapil kaniukura dinosaur were discovered, misclassified according to cladistic guidelines. Also, this and other creatures nearby indicate Genesis Flood.
Jakapil kaniukura, WikiComm / F. J. Riguetti, S. ApesteguĂ­a & X. Pereda-Suberbiola (CC BY 4.0)
It was classified with stegosaurs, but has very little in common with them. Still, corporate demanded its placement according to the planogram — I mean, the cladistics methodology in the evolutionary narrative. J. kaniukura would be far better classified with other dinosaurs, but that ain't happenin', Zeke. (At least not yet. Mayhaps later finds will get this critter put in the proper place on the shelf, never mind the planogram.) In addition, there are numerous indications that it was buried with other animals by the global Genesis Flood.
A new dinosaur discovery in Rio Negro Province in central Argentina resulted in a very peculiar assertion.1 A bipedal dinosaur (walked on two legs) named Jakapil kaniukura was unearthed in upper Zuni megasequence rocks. But what made this new dinosaur so unusual was the category scientists placed it in. Their evolutionary analysis puts this bipedal dinosaur in the Thyreophoran (“shield-bearer”) category with dinosaurs like ankylosaurs and stegosaurs which walked on four legs.

You can read the rest at "Evolutionary Dinosaur Analysis Leads to Bizarre Conclusion."