Tag: rock layers

Creation Clues for Kids, Vol. 3 No. 4

Dinosaur fossils Do you like dinosaurs?  Ever wonder if it might be fun to ride on the back of a long-necked Apatosaurus or visit a triceratops at a petting zoo?  On the other hand, you might look at… Read More

Digging in the Dirt, Part 2

Last week, I started talking a little bit about the dig I went on in Kansas recently. The canyons cut through beautiful yellow and gray layers that are considered to be part of the Cretaceous group. The layers… Read More

Tricky, “Ich”-y Clues

Ichnofossil is a rather funny looking word, and frankly, it’s fun to say too – it is pronounced Ick-no-fossil.  Like I mentioned last week, these fossils are unique because they are not body fossils (i.e., bones, preserved skin,… Read More