Early in 2007 John Mackay found some fossil thorn-like structures in cliff fall debris at Point Aconi, Nova Scotia, Canada. In September 2009 John Mackay and Stuart Macleod returned to the site and found this fossil. The fossils are in a layer of Carboniferous rocks. These beautifully preserved leaves indicate the fossils were buried rapidly […]

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In the mid 1990s Creation Research was asked by a rural landowner near Gympie, Australia, to identify what he thought was petrified wood discovered when excavating a new dam. Fossil wood it was, and so began a series of field trips that eventually led to Creation Research excavating a fossil log jam. The fossils were […]

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DINOSAURS NOW AT JURASSIC ARK – What would a Jurassic Ark Park be without T-rex or Triceratops? This is just the beginning as we stock our Garden of Eden with dinosaurs. The groups of Home Schoolers (below right) completing their museum work books, were both challenged and motivated by these new dinosaurs during our Jurassic […]

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  1. Our Gympie Fossil Flood Logjam Site now has a name: “The Jurassic Ark Project”. The site is in Jurassic sandstone rocks which are part of Australia’s Tiaro coal measures. 2. For the past 4 years you’ve been watching the Outdoor Creation Fossil Museum grow with greater and greater success.     3. The […]

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