Fossil Graveyards Continue to Testify of the Genesis Flood

A spell back, a Page on Fakebook dedicated to sharing Christian material for the purpose of mockery stated in part, "Another thing that supposedly confirms Noah's flood." If this troop of Darwin's Flying Monkeys™ paid attention, there are numerous evidences for the Genesis Flood, not just a couple of items.

Here we have two examples of something troubling to evolutionists and deep-time proponents: massive fossil graveyards. There are many of these all around the world, and are not just anomalies to dismiss.

Numerous fossil graveyards around the world are not anomalies easily dismissed. Numerous Psittacosaurus fossils support the Genesis Flood.
Credit: Another work by Nobumichi Tamura at Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0)
In an article originally posted in 2007, a passel of dinosaur fossils was discovered not all that far from Ulan Bator, Mongolia. While parrot-beaked dinosaurs were smaller than the big ones that get so much attention, they were not tiny and helpless. Paleontologists are baffled, and tried to evosplain the fossils. It did not go well.
How do you fossilize 187 parrot-beaked dinosaurs?

Bury them quickly, of course.

Of course. And that creates a puzzle for the paleontologists who recently excavated a fossil site in Mongolia and reported 187 fossils of Psittacosaurus. It has the name ‘parrot lizard’ because its muzzle resembles a parrot’s beak. All found within an area of several square kilometers, the paleontologists are convinced there are many more fossils to be found at the site.

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The paleontologists have been puzzling about why the dinosaurs died. But that is only part of the story. There is a far more important question that needs to be answered.

You can read the entire article at "Massive graveyard of parrot-beaked dinosaurs in Mongolia". Be sure to come back for the next section of a more recent article.

People are familiar with sea stars (starfish), sand dollars, and other creatures that are in the group of echinoderms. These were found in the evolution-troubling Cambrian Explosion, but this site that contains a huge number of echinoderms is called a "Jurassic Pompei", after the volcanic eruption that caught people off guard so much that they were essentially frozen into place.

An echinoderm fossil graveyard supports the Genesis Flood.
Sea Star at Arraial do Cabo image by Laszlo Ilyes at Flickr (CC BY 2.0)
These critters were delicate, but extremely well preserved. (This is happening more and more nowadays.) Yep, sudden burial again. Not only does this discovery also attest to the Genesis Flood, but there's a bonus living fossil report at the link.

Thousands of museum-quality specimens of echinoderms have been found in an “extraordinary” fossil bed in England. The location in 2022 in Cotswold country west of London is not being disclosed while experts comb through the clay beds. The BBC News article announcing the find includes video clips where paleontologists express their excitement at this site, “unquestionably one of the most important Jurassic dig sites ever discovered in the UK.” Reporter Jonathan Amos writes,

The quantities involved are astonishing. Not hundreds, not thousands, but perhaps tens of thousands of these animals that scientists collectively call “the echinoderms”. It’s a great name, derived from the Greek for “hedgehog”, or “spiny”, “skin”. What is a sea urchin, if not an “underwater hedgehog”?

Consider just the number of feather stars found:

To read the rest of this extremely interesting article, click on "Echinoderm Graveyard Found".