Tracks—But No Trilobites?
This is Ken Ham, author of the family commentary on Genesis, Creation to Babel.

Trilobites are extinct sea creatures. Many of them are found in the fossil record. But what’s even more interesting is that many trilobite tracks are also found in the fossil record.

Now it gets even more puzzling—the trilobites aren’t found buried with their tracks. They’re found in the layers above them. So, in the evolutionary view, there’s thousands of years between the preserved tracks, the actual creatures who made them.

That doesn’t make sense!

But the biblical view does: these creatures were running for their lives and first their tracks, and then they themselves, were buried by the global floodwaters.

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