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Fossil evidence of early reptiles’ last meal

December 23, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

(Nature News) – In the caves of a hilly Oklahoma ghost town, researchers have found what may be the first evidence of preserved insect remains in the mouths of fossilized vertebrates. The find is compelling evidence that early reptiles, the equivalent of modern-day lizards, fed on insects.

via Fossil evidence of early reptiles’ last meal : Nature News.

While this is quite an interesting find, it also points to a quick death. All these “amazing” finds can easily be explained by a sudden death, and then quick burial. These things which would have happened during a global flood. Yes, that flood, the one that God sent upon the Earth to cleanse it.

“It is extremely uncommon to find the remains of organisms in the mouths of fossilized predators,” says Matthew Vickaryous, who studies the anatomy of fossil vertebrates at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. “To the best of my knowledge, this is a one of a kind find.”

I do not know how many of these finds that I have read about that can be explained by the flood scenario. I mean they have found fossils giving birth! Clearly something happened, and it happened massively and quickly. Yes it is just my speculation being a layperson and not a scientist who is looking at these fossils directly. Honestly it takes more faith to believe in the evolution story than it does in the creation story. However I’m not the one trying to justify the way I live my life by claiming there is no God.

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