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Fossil Marine Reptile Buried with Last Meal Intact

Here is another example of an ichthyosaur that was buried rapidly. This one didn't have time to digest its lunch.

Trilobite Eyes Were Already Modern

Some trilobites had compound eyes similar to modern crustaceans and insects. They just popped into existence without ancestors.

Mammoth Ligaments Found in Siberian Lake

Frozen mammoths have been found in abundance before; this one, with intact ligaments, was found in a lake.

Dinosaur DNA Found!

Deep-timers had a big enough problem with collagen and melanosomes. But DNA should be long gone. 75 million years? No way!

Brain Thoughts

Here are recent findings about brains that are big and small, squishy and tough, but all amazing.

Cambrian Brains Found

Exquisitely preserved fossils of Cambrian arthropods show minute details of brain and central nervous system.

Evolution vs Science

If evolution were subject to falsification, it would have been abandoned 160 years ago. The facts keep attacking Darwinism.

Bad Lip Reading with Fossils

Nobody hears fossils, but that doesn't excuse bad lip reading about what they were trying to say when they died.

Fossil Forest Found in Antarctica

Claimed to be 280 million years old, stumps of fossil trees retain original material in the world's coldest climate.

Original Proteins Found in Fossil Sea Turtle

The fossil of a sea turtle said to be 54 million years old still has original proteins of pigment and muscle.

Fossil Food Finds Change Evolutionary Stories

Four fossils give indications of what extinct animals ate. The results challenge what evolutionists thought about their complexity.

Original Dinosaur Egg Pigments Found

Add this to your dinosaur soft tissue collection: eggshell pigment proteins that allowed scientists to tell the eggs were blue.

Surprising Fossils Upset Evolutionary Expectations

Here are some notable fossil finds that tell stories, not necessarily the Darwin kind.

A Bird, a Mushroom, and a Fly Fossilized Fast

Exceptional preservation of soft tissues required rapid fossilization. Did they really die a hundred million years ago?

Tick Talk: Mammal Blood Found in Amber

Can intact blood be preserved for 15 to 45 million years, give or take 50 million?
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