Deeply Buried Fossils

  Seashells From Cominco Potash Mine Shaft No.1 Vanscoy, Sask.  2773 Ft Below Surface


In 1968 these Brachiopod Seashell Fossils were collected by Arthur Cockerill  at about  the 2773 ft level while excavating a new shaft for a potash mine  near Delisle Sask. Arthur also reported personally seeing fossil fish 1 Ft in length come from about the 200 Ft level. In reading the geological report of the potash mines in Saskatchewan they indicate an abundance of fish fossils their scales and teeth,a possible shark tooth at 1435 Ft. along with,corals,crinoids and brachiopods,large shells along with some wood samples and small layers of coal at many levels in the 3600ft going down to the potash zones. Geological report of 4 other potash mines east of Saskatoon.

The World’s Deepest Dinosaur Finding — 2256 Metres Below The Seabed That’s 1.5 Miles Deep!!!

Amazing Fossil Fish found in Canadian Oil Drill Core 4500 Ft Below Surface

The discovery of a new species of late Cretaceous fish is a typical example of how “lady luck” can intervene and help scientists shed more light on life in the Mesozoic.  In 1988, a Canadian oil company called Cequel Energy Inc. was sinking drill cores into a region of west-central Alberta, prospecting for fossil fuels.  A 75mm wide drill was thrust more than 1,300 metres deep into the Albertan sediments.  When the drill core was pulled up and examined it revealed a beautifully preserved 96 million-year old fossil fish,                                                   {actually died in Noahs Flood 2348 BC} neatly encircled by the cylindrical drill core.  Only the tip of the snout and the last part of the tail had been lost, the rest of the fish fossil neatly fitted into the diameter of core sample.

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