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Dinosaurs discovered in Mongolia's Gobi Desert were engaged in combat, indicating they were fossilized rapidly, consistent with a global flood.
Did you know that scientists discovered some amazing fossils of two dinosaurs that look like they were fighting? In 1971, they found these two dinosaurs in the Gobi Desert in Mongolia. The fossils are of a Velociraptor wrapped around (fighting?) a Protoceratops. The Velociraptor’s hands appear to be grabbing the head shield of the Protoceratops while its sickle-like claw goes deep into the Protoceratops’ body. The Protoceratops has the Velociraptor’s right arm in its jaws. Were they really fighting? We simply don’t know. What we do know is that they were buried in this amazing position, which looks like they were in a fight. So what could have caused these dinosaurs to be buried so rapidly that they didn’t have a chance to escape? The answer can be found in the Bible.
The Bible tells us in Genesis about a Flood that covered the whole earth.
Hi Boys and Girls! My name is Buddy Davis, and I like to hunt for fossils—especially dinosaur bones! I've found fossils in places like Florida, Wyoming, Colorado, Texas and Alaska. I am also a "paleo-artist," which means that I like to build life-sized dinosaur sculptures.