A multitude of fossils will be featured throughout the Creation Museum—some on permanent display and others on a rotating basis.
The following pictures are just a sampling of the amazing fossils that you will find at the museum. They provide testimony to the undeniable evidence of a global Flood.
Trilobite fossil, Phacops rana milleri, Ohio, Upper Devonian layer
Trilobite fossil, Phacops rana milleri, Silica, Ohio, Upper Devonian layer
Sea lily fossil, Crawfordsville, Indiana, Mississippian layer. This shows incredible soft tissue preservation.
Sea lily fossil, Agaricocrinites americanas, Crawfordsville, Indiana, Mississippian layer. This shows beautiful preservation of calyx and stem.
Crab fossil, Harpactocarcinus punctolatus, Monte Baldo, Verona, Italy, Eocene layer. Here we see excellent preservation of the crab.
Swimming reptile fossil, Mesosaurus braziliensis, Brazil, Permian layer. This specimen was used to make a cast which was sold from the Midland Scientific Collection. The museum has the original specimen.
Fish fossil, Mioplosus, Green River Formation, Eocene layer
Cave bear skull fossil, Ursus, France, Pleistocene layer
Dragonfly fossil, Petalura, Solnhofen, Germany, Middle Jurassic layer
Ammonite fossil, Morocco
Dinosaur eggs, Spheroolighus, Henan Province, China, Upper Cretaceous layer
Dinosaur egg, Megaloolithus, Salta, Argentina, Upper Cretaceous layer
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