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    DinoHunter: Discovering Dino Soft Tissue

    Discover how dinosaur soft tissue provides strong evidence for the Biblical worldview.

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    DinoHunter: Discovering Dino Soft Tissue

    Directed by Kyle Justice 2017 29 min
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    Scientist Mark Armitage shares how dinosaur soft tissue was first discovered by Mary Schweitzer and Dr. Jack Horner in the Hell Creek Formation of Montana. Mark shares how he followed Mary’s research and discovered more soft tissue in a triceratops horn, showing how soft tissue is plentiful and cannot last for millions of years. He shows how the Global Flood only a few thousand years ago is the answer for soft dinosaur tissue and why evolutionists are without answers for their long ages worldview.
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    DinoHunter: Discovering Dino Soft Tissue

    Scientist Mark Armitage shares how dinosaur soft tissue was first discovered by Mary Schweitzer and Dr. Jack Horner in the Hell Creek Formation of Montana. Mark shares how he followed Mary’s research and discovered more soft tissue in a triceratops horn, showing how soft tissue is plentiful and cannot last for millions of years. He shows how the Global Flood only a few thousand years ago is the answer for soft dinosaur tissue and why evolutionists are without answers for their long ages worldview.

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