Tuesday, January 12, 2016

The so-called ‘Age of Dinosaurs’ (CMI)

"To the surprise of many, ducks,1 squirrels,2 platypus,3 beaver-like4 and badger-like5 creatures have all been found in ‘dinosaur-era’ rock layers along with bees, cockroaches, frogs and pine trees. Most people don’t picture a T. rex walking along with a duck flying overhead, but that’s what the so-called ‘dino-era’ fossils would prove!"
  1. Cretaceous duck ruffles feathers, BBC news, www.bbc.co.uk, 20 January 2005. Return to text.
  2. Mesozoic Squirrel, Nature 444:889–893, 2006. Return to text.
  3. Swimming with dinos, www.museumvictoria.com.au, 24 January 2008, accessed 1 October 2010 Return to text.
  4. Early Aquatic Mammal, Science 311 (5764): 1068, 24 February 2006. Return to text.
  5. Dinosaur-eating mammal discovered in China, www. nhm.ac.uk,14 January 2005. Return to text
From a very good article on the supposed Geologic Column and the age of Dinosaurs found at

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