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Kronosaurus fossil. Can you even imagine what this looked like when it was swimming through the ocean?

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WHAT CAUSES FOSSILS?  Think about it, normally when a creature dies it will decompose or be eaten by scavengers.  In order for a fossil to form it would have to be rapidly buried.  Massive fossil graveyards point to a global catastrophe that killed creatures by the millions without destroying their bodies.  The presence of these fossils is proof of the Great Flood in Noah's day (Genesis 6-8).

WHAT CAUSES FOSSILS? Think about it, normally when a creature dies it will decompose or be eaten by scavengers. In order for a fossil to form it would have to be rapidly buried. Massive fossil graveyards point to a global catastrophe that killed creatures by the millions without destroying their bodies. The presence of these fossils is proof of the Great Flood in Noah's day (Genesis 6-8).

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Kakortokite - a rare intrusive igneous rock of variable composition occurring in Greenland - a mixture of nepheline syenite (white), arfvedsonite (black), amphibole (red), also occasionlly sodalite and rinkite

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What Dinosaurs Roamed Which Countries #Infographic #Animal #History
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What Dinosaurs Roamed Which Countries #Infographic

What Dinosaurs Roamed Which Countries #Infographic #Animal #History

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Fossils at Fossil Fest in Round Rock, Texas

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Azurite, Rosasite, Dolomite, Cuprian Smithsonite and Cerussite - Namibia A doubly terminated, elongated azurite crystal resting on a matrix of cuprian smithsonite which is covered by white dolomite, and finally by plenty of small rosasite balls scattered around on the matrix.

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'Biggest dinosaur ever' discovered

The "largest creature ever to walk the Earth" has been discovered in Argentina, palaeontologists say. Weighing in at 77 tonnes, it was as heavy as 14 African elephants, and seven tonnes heavier than the previous record holder, Argentinosaurus. Scientists believe it is a new species of titanosaur, enormous herbivores that lived during the Late Cretaceous, the last days of the dinosaurs.

Trilobite fossil. Over 17,000 known species roamed the oceans for over 270 million years. All gone now...

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Ammonite fossil: These creatures lived between 240 - 65 million years ago, when they became extinct along with the dinosaurs. 'ammonite' (usually lower-case) originates from the Greek Ram-horned god called Ammon. Ammonites belong to a group of predators known as cephalopods, which includes their living relatives the octopus, squid, cuttlefish and nautilus. Ammonites moved by jet propulsion, expelling water through a funnel-like opening to propel themselves in the opposite direction.

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