The problem for evolutionists is how could all of these fossils, so many unique species, many in unique phyla with unique body plans, have so suddenly in a veritable geologic instant have evolved. This has been called the “Cambrian explosion,”
The Messel Pit is a fossil graveyard in which a wide variety of animals and plants are exquisitely preserved. Evolutionists believe the fossils in the Messel Pit reveal the secrets of mammalian evolutionary success. We do owe a lot of our knowledge of these species to the Messel Pit, but the fossils do not track the evolution of mammals.
Many evolutionists think the existence of small mammals in the same strata as dinosaurs proves mammals were early in their evolutionary history. Why would a primitive mammal necessarily be small? Actually, larger mammals are found in those “old” layers too.
The fossil record does not reveal whales or plesiosaurs evolving from land-based ancestors. God created the swimming creatures each fully equipped to swim and to reproduce after its kind. Based on this pregnant plesiosaur, we now can say that at least some plesiosaurs bore live young.
Scientists studying fossil deposits in Morocco recently announced a stunning new find—a series of trilobites fossilized in a single-file line.
The newest example of so-called “convergent evolution” is the eyes of crane flies and humans, supposedly as revealed by the fossil record.
A recent news article about a fossilized lily, the supposed oldest ever discovered (115 million years), reported the fossil looked just like. . . a lily.
Anyone who doubts there was once a “lost world” during the ice age simply needs to visit the La Brea Tar Pits in downtown L.A.
Smithsonian’s list of historic icons that shaped America credits the Burgess Shale with putting us in our rightful place.
Like modern rodents, “primitive” multituberculates were already fully equipped to go anywhere and eat anything.
How skilled are you at properly handling the Word of truth (2 Timothy 2:15)? Would you know how to answer these questions?
Plesiosaur harbors a paleo-obstetrical surprise.
We’ve all seen photographs of insects, arachnids, and other small creatures trapped in amber. But a lizard?
What could the plumage of extinct birds have to do with the creation/evolution controversy?
Evolutionists’ question of which came first, bat echolocation (like sonar) or bat flight, has finally been answered—we just know that’s a question that’s been on your mind for a while!
A collection of nine fossilized teeth found in Ethiopia is overturning previous evolutionary thought, reports the BBC.
A recent AP article on a new fossil find claims that "snakes evolved on land rather than in the sea.”
Recently, there have been reports of two fossils that are not all they appear to be!
How did this jellyfish get fossilized in a sandstone?