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Sunday, October 07, 2018

Another Dinosaur Highway Surprise

A superhighway of dinosaur tracks was discovered in Alaska. These highways have assorted tracks and puzzle secular scientists

There is a series of dinosaur tracks in Texas extending up into Canada, and some folks call it a highway. Secular scientists cannot sufficiently explain it because it requires specific conditions that can only be explained by the Genesis Flood. Recently, things took a walk on the worse side.

Way up in Alaska, another "superhighway" was discovered in Cretaceous rocks.

"I guess you could say that instead of a Jurassic park, they had a Cretaceous parkway, Cowboy Bob! Hahahaha!"

Oh, boy. Moving on.

There were many tracks, including different types like therizinosaurs and hadrosaurs. The corresponding rock unit in China had bones but no tracks. Scientists speculate that this area was a route from North America to Asia. Other assemblages of footprints (one includes a mammal) are baffling secular scientists. This wouldn't be so difficult if they would run to the truth: the Genesis Flood is the rational explanation for such groups of footprints.
The recent Alaskan discovery of an unusual assemblage of footprints in Cretaceous rocks has paleontologists scratching their heads. 
Anthony Fiorillo, of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science and his co-authors, reported the trackway discovery in Scientific Reports.1 The numerous footprints were found in Denali National Park in central Alaska in the Cretaceous Lower Cantwell Formation. 
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What made this discovery unusual was the co-occurrence of footprints from two completely different types of dinosaurs: Hadrosaurs (duck-bills) and therizinosaurs—odd-looking bipedal dinosaurs with long necks and long arms and long claws. Fiorillo stated,
To find out what he said and read the rest (it works out nicely that way), click on "Dinosaur 'Superhighway' Explained by Global Flood".



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