“BHP helps unearth incredibly rare fossil.”
A rare, 100-million-year-old dinosaur fossil in Western Queensland.
Fr Abram Abdelmalek
BHP, News published an article on March 17, 2023, by Timothy Bond who wrote that A BHP partnership has helped to unearth a rare, 100-million-year-old dinosaur fossil in Western Queensland. He added “The find marks the first time a preserved head and body of an Elasmosaurus have ever been found together in Australia. Due to the length of the skeleton, the fossils are usually separated after death.”
One of the researchers (Knutsen) was quoted saying “We have never found a body and a head together, and this could hold the key to future research in this field.”
Again, the body is intact with head attached to it, indicating a quick fossilization that happened over a very short period to prevent the elements disintegrating the fossil. This is easily interpreted as it happened during Noah’s flood that poured thick sediments on the dinosaur. Note the turned back neck, which suggests that the animal was pushed back by a sudden flux of water/sediments.