DNA that’s Millions of Years Old?

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This is Ken Ham, co-author of the book on racism called“One Race, One Blood.”

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This week we’ve been looking at soft tissue in fossils. Well, here’s another example.

A duck-billed baby dinosaur fossil had the first example of unfossilized cartilage ever discovered.

They also found cell parts … and even DNA fragments! The researchers were amazed that cartilage—and even DNA fragments—could last tens of millions of years.

Now … in the Jurassic Park movie, DNA might be preserved for millions of years! But it doesn’t last that long in real life. This baby dinosaur didn’t die millions of years ago as evolutionists claim. No, it was buried during Noah’s global flood … thousands of years ago.

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