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'Surprising' lizards in amber

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Thirty-eight fossil lizards reckoned to be 20 million years old-so well-preserved you can see whether their eyes are open or shut.

 

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Just Mike

Thank you for giving this great site, I signed up for emails. By the way I think 20 million years is a bit off. How about when the flood happened?

 

 

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Innerfire89
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I've always had a hard time picturing in my head something being trapped in tree sap because tree sap doesn't really move fast enough to cover over something alive that does move. But I'm thinking now that tree sap probably floats on top of water where incets and some swimming lizards would have gotten mixed around in the sap.

 

Where people get figures of millions of years is just silly and unscientific, all dating methods required assumption, especially when millions of years isnt even based on millions of years of observation, then they add even greater assumption by saying decay rates are always the same, then it's boldly stated as fact! Sillyness! Lol.

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