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Evolutionists are convinced that all dinosaur bones must be at least 65 million years old. Those who take Genesis as real history would predict that no dinosaur bone is more than a few thousand years old, so the existence of such totally unmineralized dinosaur bones that have not disintegrated is perfectly consistent with our expectations.

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Some people think that dinosaurs were too big, or there were too many of them, to go on this Ark. However, there were not very many different kinds of dinosaurs. There are certainly hundreds of dinosaur names, but many of these were given to just a bit of bone or skeletons of the same dinosaur found in other countries.

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Dinosaurs may have appeared as early as 243 million years ago, as evidenced by remains of the genus Nyasasaurus from that period, though known fossils of these animals are too fragmentary to tell if they are dinosaurs or very close dinosaurian relatives.

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“The oldest T. rex that we could find was the specimen named Sue at the Field Museum in Chicago, which was 28 years old. T. rex grew very fast — for a four-year stint, it was putting on more ...

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How Old are Dinosaur Bones? Most people assume that fossil bones like those of dinosaurs must be very, very old to have turned to stone. However, many of these bones have not been thoroughly “permineralized” (meaning the rock minerals have been deposited into all the spaces within the original bone) and that the amount of time that it takes for a bone to permineralize is highly variable ...

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Just when you thought dinosaurs couldn't get any older, the oldest dinosaur has been found in Africa, a new study says. The fossils push back the dawn of the dinosaurs to around 240 million years ...

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How Asteroids Really Killed The Dinosaurs - Part 2 | Last Day Of The Dinosaurs ... Did you know that if the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs from the face of the Earth would have hit another ...

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But eventually Maidment and Bertazzo obtained a claw from a meat-eating dinosaur, estimated to be 75 million years old and discovered at the Dinosaur Park formation in Alberta, Canada, from ...

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The bone was 68 million years old, and conventional wisdom about fossilization is that all soft tissue, from blood to brains, decomposes. Only hard parts, like bones and teeth, can become fossils. But for some people, the discovery raised a different question. How do scientists know the bones are really 68 million years old?

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Meteors came hurtling to Earth and stopped life as they knew it for the dinosaurs. Complete and instantaneous extinction is no longer the theory. What did the extinction look like? See how a T-Rex ...