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Category: Paleontology

  • Newly Discovered Fossils Reveal Goofy-Looking Dinosaur

    Scientists in Mongolia’s Gobi Desert have unearthed fossils that have allowed them for the first time to build a complete picture of one of the more bizarre-looking dinosaurs. Deinocheirus mirificus, which means “unusual horrible hand” in Latin, has stunned scientists … Continue reading

  • Smithsonian celebrates National Fossil Day today

    The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History is all set to celebrate National Fossil Day. About 400 children will join the celebration and become junior paleontologists for the day. The museum is hosting a series of events for children. In … Continue reading

  • Ancient ‘dragon’ beast flew right out of ‘Avatar’

    A sprawling ancient flying reptile looked so much like a dragon that could have flown alongside the aerial predators called “ikran” in the film “Avatar” that its discoverers named the newfound beast after these mountain banshees. The pterosaur, now called … Continue reading

  • New dinosaur species a rare find in Africa

    Researchers have discovered a new species of dinosaur that lived about 100 million years ago and may have weighed as much as several elephants. The dinosaur, named Rukwatitan bisepultus, was a titanosaurian, a member of the large-bodied sauropods that thrived … Continue reading

  • Dinosaur footprints in Utah to go public

    The extraordinary footprints of 125 million-year-old dinosaurs, which were discovered in Utah, will be displayed to the public for the first time in October. The tracks were first discovered by a Moab resident, Hiker, in 2009 but the location of … Continue reading

  • Ancient Whale Found in Los Angeles Backyard

    A Los Angeles County search-and-rescue team responded to a call last Friday and ended up pulling the remains of an estimated 16 to 17-million-year-old baleen whale from a resident’s backyard. Encased in a 1,000-pound boulder, the find is one of … Continue reading

  • Human Remains in Spain: Neandertal or Not?

    A famous fossil cave in Spain yielded some 6,500 human fossils from at least 28 ancient individuals. Investigators analyzed the human skull parts and compared them with typical Neandertal skulls. Their findings, published in the journal Science, unwittingly support a … Continue reading

  • Treasure trove of skulls reveal ‘missing link’

    The biggest collection of ancient human fossils ever recovered from one site is causing scientists to reconsider the path of human evolution. They reveal how Neanderthals, our sister species, developed their distinctive teeth before their brains, using them as a … Continue reading

  • New Mexico bachelor party finds stegomastodon fossil

    A group of campers celebrating a bachelor party at a New Mexico state park Monday stumbled upon the fossil of a 3-million-year-old elephant-like creature called a stegomastodon. The Las Cruces Sun-News reported Thursday that paleontologists were at the scene near … Continue reading

  • Intact pterosaur eggs discovered in China

    The first three-dimensionally preserved eggs of ancient winged reptiles that lived more than 100 million years ago have been unearthed in China. Five intact eggs were found, along with dozens or more adult fossils, of a new type of pterosaur, … Continue reading

  • More Discoveries Contradict Human Evolution Story

    By David Coppedge As more findings fail to fit the Darwinian picture, the evolutionary story of man appears to be unraveling. Hand me the tools:  A hand bone from Kenya is telling evolutionists that human-like gripping hands, ready for tool … Continue reading

  • Sticking Your Neck Out

    by Tim Clarey, Ph.D. In 1809, Jean Baptiste Lamarck speculated that the necks of giraffes could grow longer simply by reaching higher and that they could pass this trait on to their offspring.1 A half-century later, Charles Darwin suggested that giraffes … Continue reading

  • Index fossils—really?

    Index, noun; a pointer, indicator, a thing that points out. (Webster’s Dictionary) by Gordon Howard Evolutionary paleontologists use ‘index fossils’ to assign an age to a layer of sedimentary rock and its associated fossils. Evolutionary theory assumes that a particular creature evolved … Continue reading

  • A Dinosaur Is Not a Rooster

    By David Coppedge An apparent fleshy appendage on the head of a hadrosaur does not mean it is an evolutionary link to birds. A specimen of Edmontosaurus was discovered with impressions of what might have been a fleshy appendage, about 8 inches … Continue reading

  • Digging Into a Fossil Outhouse

    by Tim Clarey, Ph.D. A group of paleontologists reported the discovery of concentrated fields of fossilized dung, called coprolite, in northwest Argentina.1 The closely-spaced dung piles are seen as evidence of gregarious behavior from large herbivores. However, does the great Flood … Continue reading

  • Extreme Speculation Presented as Science

    By David Coppedge Things no one could possibly ever know are being reported by science journals and news sites as things worthy of scientific faith. Here are some far-out speculations coming from science sites recently: Asteroid that killed dinosaurs might … Continue reading

  • Pollen Fossils Warp Evolutionary Time

    by Brian Thomas, M.S., & Tim Clarey, Ph.D. Another support beam has fallen from evolution’s explanatory framework as European scientists now report the discovery of flowering plant fossils in Middle-Triassic rocks—conventionally assumed to be around 240 million years old. According to secular … Continue reading

  • Oldest Human DNA Can’t Be As Old As They Think

    By R. L. David Jolly If you believe one of the latest reports from a group of researchers, Adam and Eve could not be real people and the Genesis account of creation is nothing more than a religious myth. Working … Continue reading

  • Fossil Coral ‘Reefs’ Among Rock Strata

    by John D. Morris, Ph.D. In certain regions geologists find what appear to be fossilized coral reefs either buried in deep underground strata or exposed on the earth’s surface. If these reefs really took millions of years to form, they … Continue reading

  • Dinosaur Soft Tissue Preserved by Blood?

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. Researchers are now suggesting that iron embedded in blood proteins preserved the still-soft tissues, cells, and molecules discovered inside dinosaurs and other fossils after the creatures were buried in sediments. The ability to justify millions of … Continue reading

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