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New Dinosaur

Up in the tar sands of Alberta, an equipment operator found the most complete skeleton of an armored dinosaur, a nodosaur, ever found.  "For paleontologists the dinosaur’s amazing level of fossilization—caused by its rapid undersea burial—is as rare as winning the lottery. . . One unlucky day this landlubbing animal ended up dead in a river, possibly swept in by a flood. . . microscopic remnants of its original coloration."

1.  Once again we have an animal drowned.  Since the scientists say there can't be a flood, they come up with some alternate facts.
2.  How is it possible that there is still coloration after 110 million years?  Could it be that the fossil is not quite as old as 110 million years?

Lord, thank you for making so many different varieties of animals.

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