These are now on display in the Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller Ab. with a replica in Noah's Fossil Farm Museum
Spend a day with family and friends at Noah's Fossil Farm
Have a picnic in the the park like setting
Find out how Noah's Flood explians the Fossil Record
Take a stroll around the forest walking trail.
Find out about the all the buried forests and tropical life found around the Arctic Circle a testament to Noah's flood
Devils Tower Utah is 825 Ft tall Find out if pre flood trees really grew this tall
View the Sun with Solar filtered binoculars
See the moon and stars up close with an 18 inch Dodsonian telescope
The Lord works in mysterious ways — and apparently, He has a pretty ironic sense of humour, too.
You have to smile, when the greatest fossil discovery in recent Calgary history comes at the end of a backhoe operated by a man known as the greatest promoter of creationism in Alberta.
His name is Edgar Nernberg, and when he’s not sitting on the board of directors of Big Valley’s Creationist Museum or actively lobbying for the inclusion of creationism in Alberta’s school curriculum, Nernberg operates a backhoe in Calgary.
It was in the seat of that machine that Nernberg made the discovery being hailed by scientists in Alberta as one of the most important fossil finds in decades, helping to solve an evolutionary puzzle dating back 60 million years.
Not that Nernberg is buying that date for a second: To him, the five perfectly preserved fossil fish, found while excavating a basement in northwest Calgary, are just more proof of a world created by God only a few thousand years ago.
Find out why Noah's Flood is a much better explanation for the fossil record
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