Soft tissue in Old Bones?

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This is Ken Ham, inviting you to visit the full-size Noah’s Ark attraction in Northern Kentucky.

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Everyone’s heard the claim that the last dinosaurs died out sixty-five million years ago. But this evolutionary idea actually goes against the observable evidence.

Scientists have been finding soft, unfossilized tissue in dinosaur bones. They’ve uncovered red blood cells, blood vessels, and much more. These structures break down chemically, and there’s no known mechanism that can possibly preserve them for millions of years—especially in the uncontrolled environment of nature!

Dinosaurs didn’t live millions of years ago. They were created by God on day six and died out sometime after the flood, just 4,350 years ago.

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