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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.
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.
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?
The Bible reveals when dinosaurs first walked the earth and when most were destroyed. But do we know what they really looked like and how they lived?
Scientists believe protein sequences from dinosaur blood vessel walls may help them map evolutionary relationships.
For decades, dinosaurs have troubled Christians who didn’t know how to explain them from the Bible.
Soft skin tissue, known as keratin, has been found in fossilized lizard skin from the USA’s Green River Formation.
Triceratops skulls entombed in Montana’s Upper Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation tell a story, but not the tale of being trapped by the sands of time!
Ongoing excavation uncovers a fourth Triceratops in Cretaceous dig.
Deepest dino-parts emerge from the fossil record.
Evidence demonstrates preservation of cellular proteins in dinosaur fossils.
Dinosaur babies frozen in time
Warm-blooded, cold-blooded, or none-of-the-above?
Four dinosaur skulls recovered from Utah’s Dinosaur National Monument reveal Abydosaurus mcintoshi, a huge sauropod dinosaur thought to have swallowed its meals whole.
Discerning viewers of Sunday evening’s 60 Minutes program about a remarkably preserved dinosaur bone should have noticed something missing.
Not so fast! The much-publicized soft tissue found inside a T. rex thigh bone (supposedly millions of years old) may not be dinosaur protein after all, if the research of a University of Washington scientist is correct.
The largest dinosaur grave in Europe has been unearthed.
Found in Colin Glen, an area described by park ranger Paul Bennett as “rich in fossils and [...] of great geological interest,” the 2 3/4-inch (7 cm) section of backbone is from a plesiosaur said to have lived more than 144 million years ago and possibly as long as 190 million years ago.
Researchers have extracted and analyzed bone marror from a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Perhaps one of the most exciting recent discoveries for creationists has been the report of soft tissue found in a dinosaur fossil.
Finding T. rex soft tissue is compelling evidence that it was not 65 million years ago that dinosaurs died out, as given on the evolutionary timeline.
Two fighting dinosaurs found fossilized in the Gobi Desert.
Evolutionists continue to attempt to explain the presence of soft tissue in a T Rex bone a year ago.
Scientists have recently made the startling discovery of a dinosaur skeleton that still retains well preserved soft tissue including blood vessels, cells and connective tissue.
According to a report in Papua New Guinea's The Independent newspaper, a 'dinosaur-like reptile' was seen on two occasions in the Lake Murray area, in Western Province.
Fresh (not permineralized, meaning unfossilized) dinosaur bones had been found in Alaska. Such bones could never have lasted 70 million years.