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The Salt Range saga
The Salt Range of Pakistan has yielded some very interesting fossils—that according to evolution should not have been found!
by Paul Price
A painting 95 million years in the making
Did octopus fossil ink really survive millions of years?
by Phil Robinson
Tyrannosaur ‘walking with sharks’?
How could T. rex be buried with sharks in the same rock formation?
by Gavin Cox
Dinosaur footprint treasure trove found in Britain
How quickly did they form?
by Phil Robinson
Dinosaur eggs point to the Flood
Their survival is hard to explain, but after a little digging, answers start to emerge.
by Mike Oard
Fossils in a day?
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. Can fossils form quickly under the right conditions?
by Ron Neller
The Alvis Delk human-dino footprints artefact
Is it an ancient fossil indicating dino-human coexistence or a modern hoax?
by Tas Walker
The Cal Orcko (‘Lime Hill’) dinosaur trackways
Thousands of dinosaur tracks in a cliff?—How did they get there!
by Andrew Lamb
Dead crocodiles downunder
Scientific experiments confirm that dead crocodiles need to be buried quickly in sediment to fossilize.
by Ron Neller
Deadly plant’s flowers in amber deadly to evolution
Many people know that Strychnos plants contain strychnine, a deadly poison. The discovery of its flowers in amber is ‘deadly’ to evolution.
by Philip Bell and David Catchpoole
Fossilized dinosaur retains its shape
Scientists excited that many details remain visible in exquisitely preserved creature.
by Warren Nunn
Argentina egg site supports BEDS model
Unscrambling the clues at a fossil site in Argentina which contains thousands of yet-to-be-hatched dinosaurs that have been quickly buried.
by Michael J. Oard