October 27, 2004 | David F. Coppedge

Dinosaurs Survived Cold Arctic

Dinosaurs, ferns and trees grew in Canada’s far north provinces, according to EurekAlert report from McGill University.  “You wouldn’t expect it, yet dinosaurs and a great variety of plants lived in the High Arctic 240 to 65 million years ago,” said Hans Larsson, leader of research over two years. 

Who wouldn’t expect it?  Evolutionists.

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