Dinosaur Bones

Dinosaur Bones with DNA

The survival of DNA within dinosaur bones would be powerful evidence against a millions-of-years age for those fossils. The findings support the view that these dinosaurs lived only 4,300 years ago and were buried during the global Flood.

Collagen and Keratin in Fossil Bones

A team in England confirmed the existence of soft skin tissue, known as keratin, in fossilized lizard skin. A team in Sweden showed that collagen has survived in the fossilized bone of a mosasaur. Since the researchers believe these fossils are 50 to 70 million years old, they need to explain how fragile biological molecules can survive so long.

Dinosaur Bones Hard for Evolutionists to Explain

Paleontologists uncovered a Velociraptor apparently embroiled in a fight to the death with a Protoceratops. The Velociraptor’s hands were grabbing the head shield of the Protoceratops, while its sickle claw appears to be lodged deep into the body cavity. What explanations do secular scientists offer for such sudden burial and preservation?

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