Jelly Fish Fossil now in our museum

Our outdoor creation museum at Gympie already has its own spectacular fossil plants, trees and special Jurassic fossils, particularly ones we've brought back from such places as the original Jura Mountains in South Germany. But after many decades of digging, our fossil collection of "evidence" for creation and against evolution is now huge. and will be the basis of the future main Australian Creation Museum. Yes, we do need vast amounts of money, so pray for that, and we do need time, supporters and volunteers to assist. To encourage you, look at some of the new fossils we have recently added to our collection. To Donate Click.
Notice the sea lily (crinoids right) known as Jimbacrinus, is draped around a scallop (or pectin shell) Both are well preserved indicating rapid burial. It joins our many blocks of these Jimbacrinus, all of which show evidence of a rapid mud flow and burial. Again no time preserved in the rocks just a rapid process. Specimen is from Western Australia. sea_lilly
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This beautiful fossil (above) from New South Wales shows even the fruiting bodies of the plant are preserved. Glossopteris means tongue shaped (glosso) pteris (fern).
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Added to this are pre Cambrian Jellyfish (above), none of which can become fossils unless they are buried very rapidly. Time is not in the rocks it is in people's heads. Likewise it proves Jellyfish have never evolved. Students need to see such evidence. Support Creation Research museum projects now.
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