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Amber, fossilized tree resin, is being found at more and more locations around the earth. Insects, feathers, and other organisms are found encased in amber, but their occurrence is generally rare. Just recently marine organisms were even found in amber.To read the rest of this short but enlightening article, click on "320-million-year-old amber has flowering plant chemistry". Also, you may want to check out "Amber-Encased Lizards Showcase Recent Creation".
320-million-year-old amber discovered
Amber is mainly found in strata classified as Cretaceous and Tertiary. But just recently it was found in Carboniferous coal in Illinois, dated 320 million years old within the uniformitarian timescale.2,3 Such a date is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, for amber. The Carboniferous is supposed to be the time that many plants now extinct, such as lycopods, ruled the swamps and forests.
Evolutionists are, once again, ignoring pertinent facts that interfere with their storytelling. This time, evidence from amber gets the cold shoulder.