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Finding dinosaur DNA is as unthinkable to an evolutionist as finding a flat earth would be to a geographer.
When tyrannosaur and hadrosaur bones from Montana were viewed under a microscope, they were found to harbor fresh-looking bone cells called osteocytes.
Researchers even verified original—not mineralized—dinosaur proteins called collagen and elastin in 2009.
The stains and antibody did not bind other parts of the cell, nor the sediment that surrounded the dinosaur fossils.
In short, this study strongly supported the presence of original dinosaur proteins and DNA.
Fossil experts have studied original dinosaur tissues and biochemicals for a long time.
This is because DNA decays far too quickly to last millions of years.
Thus, a recent report of possible dinosaur DNA promises to meet resistance from secular scientists.
Gazelle Bones Common Steele sifted through hundreds of fossil bones and shells, identifying 472 of them to species as well as recording cut marks and breaks indicating which ones had been food for humans. Among the other remains, Steele also identified hartebeests, wildebeests, zebras, buffalos, porcupines, hares, tortoises, freshwater molluscs, snakes and ostrich egg shells. "It really seemed like people were fond of hunting," she said.
Cuts and breaks on long bones indicate that humans broke them open, likely to eat the marrow, she said.
Scientists examined 158 ancient leg bones from the extinct giant moa bird that lived on New Zealand’s South Island.