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The tapir
‘Primitive’? A ‘hodge-podge of leftovers’? Or something else?
by David Catchpoole
Sea Pens
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. ‘Extreme’ living fossils shout ‘after their kind’
by Don Batten
Dinosaurs are almost certainly extinct
We have had decades to verify the many claims that dinosaurs are still alive today, but to date none of those have panned out.
by Robert W. Carter, Gary Bates, Jonathan Sarfati
Sperm wail
The evolutionists’ cry that ostracod gametes are 17 million years old defies common sense.
by David Catchpoole
Turtles
These uniquely designed creatures continue to defy evolutionary explanation …
by Paula Weston
The mysterious giant squid
Despite scoffers over the years, the ‘legends’ and ‘stories’ about these creatures from seafarers are actually based on fact.
by Paula Weston and Carl Wieland
Salamanders are ‘living fossils’!
How can something long known to be living, be dubbed a ‘living fossil’?
by David Catchpoole
Gladiator—an ‘extinct’ insect is found alive
‘How often do you get to investigate a fossil that has come to life?’ asks one scientist. Good question.
by David Catchpoole
Evolutionists can’t dodge ‘Living Fossils’
Things staying the same pose a problem evolution, which is about fantastic changes. See how evolutionists dodge the evidence.
by Don Batten
‘Living fossils’ enigma
Gingko trees, crocodiles, horseshoe crabs, coelacanth fish, tuatara lizards, Lingula lamp shells and Neopilina molluscs haven’t changed in at least a hundred million years. How come?
by David Catchpoole
Horsetails are ‘living fossils’!
Long familiar to keen gardeners, horsetails are ‘living fossils’, unchanged from their supposedly ‘prehistoric’ ancestors.
by David Catchpoole
Golden oldie
Today, Koelreuteria lives in its natural state only in China, Japan and Korea. Why so far from its fossils found in USA and Germany?
by David Catchpoole