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2005: Excavation Begins



We began the excavation in 2005. Heavy machinery was used to remove the surface layers. The fossil log bed was some 1.3 m (4 ft) below the surface.
But h...

2006: Digging Deeper



We continued to dig deeper to see what’s at the end of a log that had been exposed in 2005. During the excavations it rained and this meant we needed to make a...

2007: Returning to Gympie



In 2007 we returned to the site to extend the excavation. It now covered an area several Olympic swimming pools in size....

2008: New Developments



The logs have been identified as various types of southern pine trees (Araucaria) which are still alive today. This makes them "lving fossils".
The term “li...

2009: Mapping the Log Jam



Back at the log jam site Liam Fromhyr and a volunteer helper made detailed map of fossil logs, showing their compass direction and angle of dip.
This carefu...

Neuropteris



This is a Neuropteris leaf in a museum display. Neruopteris is an extinct plant of the Seed Fern family, but most plants with thorns today have bo...

Stanhopea Pollen



Orchids package their pollen into sacs called pollinia. The Stanhopea has a pair of pollen sacs right on the end of the long curved column that projects...

A BEAUTIFUL FIND



A BEAUTIFUL FIND IS MADE AS JOHN MACKAY SPLITS ONE ROCK...

A Big Job



We have a long way to fully excavate this one....

A Bunch of Strange Flowers



... some orchids are strange. These flowers belong to an orchid named Stanhopea wardii....

A CLOSE UP OF ANOTHER LEAF



A CLOSE UP OF ANOTHER LEAF FOUND 2M(6 FT) AWAY IN SAME STRATA REVEALS INCREDIBLE PRESERVATION....

A Catastrophic Deposit



There can be no doubt of the catastrophic violence involved in this deposit, and there can be no doubt that these trees were buried rapidly and are no help to t...

A Closer View



A close view shows the broken end of the log embedded in sandstone.
For more details of the evidence we found see slide slow entitled Juassic Ark Site: Th...

A Crowd of Rock Hunters



During August and September 2007.Creation Research conducted four field trips near Newcastle on the east coast of Australia. Recent severe storms had unearthed...

A Field Trip For You?



Creation Research can conduct a field trip in your area. You organise the crowd; we organised the rocks. For more information about field trips and how to req...

A Flood Deposit



All the evidence at our fossil sites points to a catastrophic flood having smashed a forest, ripping up trees and other land plants, mixing them with sediment a...

A Fossil Opportunity



Construction and excavation in the Toronto area has led to large quantities of bedrock from the Georgian Bay formation being trucked away and dumped to make a g...

A Giant Find



James, found a giant fossil leaf....

A Giant Find



He donated it to Creation Research for the Web Museum...

A Good World Gone Wrong



Whatever processes brought thorns, spines and prickles into being, their formation involves change, but this change is not evolution. It is good evidence that ...

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