Dinosaur Footprints and a Fossil Pterosaur in Britain

It appears that the British have some noteworthy paleontological discoveries regarding dinosaurs. We shall first consider some impressive impressions. Not only are there some excellent dinosaur footprints, but the mudstone has some surprisingly clear skin impressions of skin.

Discoveries of excellent dinosaur footprints and a pterosaur support the Genesis Flood and puzzle uniformitarian scientists.

The footprints belonged to an assortment of dinosaurs including an anklyosaur, iguanodontians, and others. Seems that there have been more and more dinosaur footprints discovered lately, and in this case, a cliff collapse brought them to light. Footprints do not cooperate with uniformitarian (slow and gradual) dogma because they not only are formed quickly, but must be buried quickly. When exposed, scientists have to race over there quick-like. (Maybe they have a 1959 Cadillac ambulance with a funky siren named Paleo-1 or something.) Footprints won't last too long after being exposed.
Beautifully preserved dinosaur footprints found recently near Hastings in southern England are the most diverse and detailed ever found in the UK. More than 85 of these trace fossils, representing at least seven species, were discovered and documented by a Cambridge University research team. “As well as the large abundance and diversity of these prints, we also see absolutely incredible detail,” said lead author Anthony Shillito. “You can clearly see the texture of the skin and scales, as well as four-toed claw marks, which are extremely rare.”
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According to universal common ancestor evolution, it is a surprise to find this pterosaur in a plant debris bed. It's not the common type of flying reptile, either. It just suddenly appeared, and they have no idea how it allegedly evolved. (That's because it was created, not evolved, pilgrim.) The finding also fouls up the evolutionary timeline, pushing it back about forty million Darwin years. Such discoveries not only confound evolutionists, but support the Genesis Flood. Sorta like the footprints do.
The very first tapejarid pterosaur identified in the United Kingdom was recently found on the Isle of Wight along the southern coast of England. But the discovery also raises some questions that are uncomfortable for uniformitarian scientists.
Tapejarids are extinct flying reptiles that have “elaborate soft tissue head crests” and a few other anatomical differences from other pterosaurs.
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