The largest dinosaur grave in Europe has been unearthed. The fossils of two plateosaurs have already been found at a construction site in Switzerland, and it’s estimated that one animal per 100 square meters could be found in this mass grave.1

Plateosaurus Skeleton

Skeleton of Plateosaurus at the Ottoneum Museum of Natural Science in Kassel, Germany

Evolutionists believe that dinosaurs died at least 65 million years ago and their burial was usually gradual. But these dinosaurs were found in a huge grave, strongly suggesting mass burial and quick fossilization. A massive flood—such as the one of Noah’s time about 4,500 years ago—would explain the sudden drowning and burial of so many creatures.

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