So What Was T. rex Eating?
This is Ken Ham, head of the ministry producing the family-friendly Answers Bible Curriculum.

All this week we’ve looked at a fossil find of a young tyrannosaur with some drumsticks in its stomach. But what creature did it eat?

Well, the articles reporting on the find said this tyrannosaur’s final meal was two baby dinosaurs. But if you read the article carefully you’d see these baby “dinosaurs” were described as “birdlike.” Wait—birdlike dinosaurs?

Well, we see that phrase a lot. And it usually means what the scientists have discovered is a bird—yes, a birdlike bird.

The evolutionary worldview assumes birds are dinosaurs, but we know birds are, well, birds, created by God on day five.

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