An Ammonite in Amber

There are all sorts of critters fossilized in amber, such as a vampire hell ant, mites, and a falsely-claimed dinosaur tail. Believers in atoms-to-atheist evolution use the scientific principle of Making Things Up™ because they are stymied by these as well as amino acids, and seem to resort to magic when discussing red blood cells found in the stuff.

Various things caught in ancient amber have puzzled evolutionary paleontologists. The presence of an ammonite in amber is best explained by creation science Genesis Flood models.
Credit: Wikimedia Commons / Tylwyth Eldar (cropped) (CC by-SA 4.0)
Now they are perplexed by the presence of an ammonite. Maybe it was caused by global warming.

"How could one of those dudes found in places like 2 Chronicles 27:5 get into amber, Cowboy Bob?"

It's a misfortune of naming. The Ammonites troubled Israel, but ammonites (lower case) under discussion here are extinct cephalopods. They were marine creatures.

Researchers admit they don't know how an ammonite (and a mix of other creatures) could be found in amber, far away from the deep blue sea. They had some outlandish speculations, but ignored the logical conclusion based on the evidence: the Genesis Flood. That's bad medicine for evolutionary and deep time beliefs.

Some tinhorns will say that God is a liar and there was no Genesis Flood, but they are willingly ignorant.

This site and especially the major biblical creation science sites provide a prairie schooner-full of evidence for the Flood. They also provide far more plausible models for what is observed than secularists conjure up.
Can a single fossil showcase the immense power of the global Flood? One such revelatory fossil may have been found recently in Myanmar encased in beautiful, golden Cretaceous amber. And secular scientists are scrambling to come up with an adequate explanation for its existence.

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Ammonites are common fossils in marine rocks, especially in the Cretaceous layers. But this particular specimen was found in the famous amber (fossil-tree resin) mines of Myanmar (formerly Burma) that has yielded many spectacular land fossils . . .
To read the entire article, click on "Mind-Blowing Marine Ammonite in Tree Resin".