A Flash Flood Buried What…?

Posted by on Sep 15, 2016 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

The Arizona Republic, Friday, Nov. 12, 1999 reported that in the Saharan Desert paleontologists discovered 95% of the bones from a new species of huge, plant-eating sauropod, belonging to the family of giants such as Diplodocus and Apatosaurus. This creature weighed up to 20 tons and stood 30 feet high. Jobaria tiguidens is the name for this new find that was claimed to have been buried by a flash flood about 135 million years ago. It was also reported that a several of these gigantic beasts, some of different ages, were washed together. The pleasant environment in which these sauropods lived was drastically different from the desert climate of today.

 

That must have been some spring run-off! All of this can be easily explained by Noah’s flood picking up these huge creatures and depositing them in large fossilized graves. Some animals would have been ripped apart while others left intact. The collapse of a vapor canopy would explain a change in climate from a pleasant forest to a desert. The environment would shift from an underground water supply, to dependence on the hydrologic cycle.

 

-Rich Stepanek

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