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And the oldest feather belongs to … a bird
Does the oldest feather fossil found belong to a bird or a dinosaur?
by Philip Robinson
Flood-buried crocodile’s last supper was a dinosaur
Did a crocodile ambush an ornithopod dinosaur to eat it, or did it venture upon a fortunate last supper (already dead), before it got buried in the Flood?
by Lucien Tuinstra
New fossil proves turtle evolution … or does it?
Does a more recent fossil find bridge the gap between turtles and their supposed evolutionary ancestors?
by Jerry Bergman
Is Morganucodon a transitional fossil?
Is this evidence of mammal evolution?
by Marc Surtees
Biggest ichthyosaur ever found in the UK!
The largest and most complete fossil ichthyosaur skeleton ever found in the UK is best explained as evidence of catastrophic burial during the Flood.
by Gavin Cox
Colonial nesting or hurried egg laying by dinosaurs?
Can Noah’s Flood explain dinosaur eggs clumped together?
by Michael J. Oard
Trilobite conga line vs evolutionary timeline
Amazingly preserved trilobite fossils testify to rapid fossil formation during Noah’s Flood
by Philip Robinson
Fossil time ranges continue to be increased
Evolutionists cannot challenge creationists to explain the order in the fossil record, since that order appears to be far from established.
by Michael J. Oard
Duck-billed dinosaur
Has preserved skin, blood vessels, and bone cells
by Philip Robinson
The giant that shouldn’t be
This huge dicynodont means evolutionary history needs revising—again!
by Phil Robinson
Where are the fossils of buildings and artifacts from pre-Flood civilizations?
If the geologic strata were deposited by a global Flood, why aren’t there pre-Flood tools and buildings in the fossil record?
by Keaton Halley, Shaun Doyle
Paleozoic Corals and Lunar Recession
The growth rings in Paleozoic corals are often used to support the idea that the earth is very old, but the argument was flawed from the beginning.
by Robert Carter