Fossil Land Lizard

Flood Fossil Lizard Dumped in Sea

Scientists have studied an “exceptionally preserved” second specimen of a lizard named Eusaurosphargis dalsassoi and declared it a land dweller. The original specimen found 14 years ago, was classified as a marine reptile because it had been found buried with marine creatures, reported Science (AAAS) News 30 June 2017 and Scientific Reports doi:10.1038/s41598-017-04514-x, published online […]

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Judith River Ankyosaur

Drowned Dinosaurs

Drowned dinosaurs described in articles in Science (AAAS) News 9 May 2017, PhysOrg News, 10 May 2017, National Geographic, and Royal Society Open Science doi: 10.1098/rsos.161086, published online 10 May 2017. A team of researchers at the Royal Tyrell Museum in Canada have studied a fossil of  “an exceptionally complete and well-preserved skeleton” of an […]

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Red Seaweed

Oldest Fossil Sushi Wrap Seaweed

Oldest fossil sushi wrap seaweed found, according to reports in ScienceDaily 14 March 2017 and BBC News 15 March 2017. Therese Sallstedt of the Swedish Museum of Natural History has found some fossils she claims are; “the oldest fossil plants that we know of on Earth in the form of 1.6 billion year old red […]

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Dino Feathers in Amber

Dino feathers in amber claim scientists, according to articles in BBC News, National Geographic and ScienceDaily 8 December 2016, and Current Biology, 2016; DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2016.10.008. A group of scientists from China, Canada and UK have studied a piece of amber containing a small row of vertebral bones covered in fine feather-like filaments, which they claim […]

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Mud Dragon Fossil

Mud Dragon Escapes Explosion

Mud dragon escapes explosion, according to BBC News, Science (AAAS) News, ScienceDaily and Scientific Reports, 2016 doi: 10.1038/srep35780 published online 10 November 2016. The fossil of a sheep-sized theropod dinosaur was found by a Chinese construction crew who came close to blowing it to pieces when they were setting explosives at a construction site. Some […]

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Oldest Fossils

Oldest fossils found, claim scientists, according to reports in BBC News, Science (AAAS) News and Nature News 31 August 2016, and Nature (2016) doi:10.1038/nature19355 published online 31 August 2016. Australian and British scientists studying a rock formation named the Isua supracrustal belt (ISB) in Greenland claim to have found the oldest fossils on earth. They […]

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Fossil Plants in Limestone

Identified: Plants in St Louis limestone. Another first for Creation Researchers as more Giant Tassel Ferns (Lepidodendron) are excavated, mapped and identified alongside marine brachiopods in the oil bearing, Lower Mississippian, St Louis limestone of Middle Tennessee. There is no doubt that this is a flood deposit (mixed land and sea creatures) and preliminary indications […]

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Four Legged Fish

“Four legged fish” found, according to a report in BBC News Online, Nature vol. 453, p1199, and Uppsala University Press Release, 26 June 2008. Palaeontologists from Britain, Sweden and Latvia have found “the most primitive Devonian tetrapod represented by extensive remains” in sediments in the late Famennian Ketleri Formation of Kurzeme, western Latvia. The fossil […]

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Angolan Giant

Angolan giant found, according to articles in PhysOrg and Annals of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences vol. 83, p221 16 March 2011. An international team of palaeontologists have studied the bones of the first dinosaur to be found in Angola. Octavio Mateus of Portugal’s Universidade Nova de Lisboa and Museum of Lourinha found the fossil […]

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Ancestral Fossil Snake

Ancestral fossil snake found, according a report in ABC (Australia) News in Science, and Nature, 16 Feb 2006. Palaeontologists at the Riversleigh fossil site in Queensland, Australia have found two snake skulls of an extinct snake named Yurlunggur preserved in “soft freshwater limestone” dated at 20 to 25 million years old. Yurlunggur is an Arnhem […]

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