“76 MILLION” YEARS DINOSAUR FOSSILS WITH INTACT SKIN IN CANADA
Researchers in Canada have discovered parts of what they believe to be a full "dinosaur mummy"
Fr Abram Abdelmalek
On March 5. 2023, the “Archaeologist” website announced that researchers in Canada have discovered parts of what they believe to be a full "dinosaur mummy" lodged in a hillside, the University of Reading in the United Kingdom announced last week. The two exposed fossils, a foot and part of a tail clad in fossilized skin, are believed to belong to a juvenile duck-billed Hadrosaur dinosaur that died somewhere between 77 million to 75 million years ago, roughly 10 million years before dinosaurs went extinct, researchers said.
“It’s so well preserved you can see the individual scales, we can see some tendons and it looks like there’s going to be skin over the entire animal,” Brian Pickles, a paleontologist and ecology professor at the University of Reading, told USA TODAY. “Which means, if we’re really lucky, then some of the other internal organs might have preserved as well.”.
How could the skin, tendons, and internal body organs be preserved for 75 million years? It is well know that soft tissues disintegrate rapidly and cannot withstand the elements for long periods. The only simple and appropriate interpretation is that those fossils died recently under the sediments of Noah’s flood.