A small dinosaur fossil which has similarities of T-Rex which was found in evolutionary dating assumption of a 125 million years ago. What surprised evolutionists was the fact that the body of this particular dinosaur wasn’t supposed to evolve unto 60 million years later.
Here is the introduction to the report…
“Tyrannosaurid dinosaurs comprised nearly all large-bodied predators (>2.5 tons) on northern continents during the Late Cretaceous. We show that their most conspicuous functional specializations—a proportionately large skull, incisiform premaxillary teeth, expanded jaw-closing musculature, diminutive forelimb, and a hindlimb with cursorial proportions—were present in a new small-bodied, basal tyrannosauroid from Lower Cretaceous rocks in northeastern China. These specializations, scaled up in Late Cretaceous tyrannosaurids with body masses approaching 100 times greater, drove the most dominant radiation of macropredators of the Mesozoic.”
Paleontologist Stephen Brusatte who contributed to the report, stated that fossils like this “totally throw us for a curve” and are “completely unexpected.” Surprises in the fossil record with odd dates based on their assumptions are common. Another discovery made fairly recently in Japan where this particular find was teeth from a mid-sized T. rex discovered in rock dated at 140 million years.
This would seem odd to evolutionists because it came on to the scene 140 million years ago, then go without any mutation change for 65 million years as other fossils of T-Rex were found. If one believes in such mutation change, how could the animal go so long without any of these changes?
However, the creationist model explains these tyrannosauroid fossils being preserved in the vertical strata through the worldwide flood that lasted one year, which is commonly known as Noah’s flood. How the flood would accomplish such a distribution of fossils in the vertical strata? The waters during that time encroached higher and higher until the land was totally overtaken.