We have a new fossil project underway at Mt. Blanco . . . or rather, an old project starting a new phase. The Henslee Tylosaur fossil was originally excavated by Mt. Blanco team with Dr. Carl Baugh, founder of the Creation Evidnece Museum in Glen Rose, Texas, in 1998-99. It was found near Farmersville, Texas, which is around the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. owns this fossil.
While several things have been done to this fossil over the years, working on-and-off, the most recent development is that Sara Bruegel is now focusing on this project for research and education. The goal over the next several months is to make a mold of this large fossil in-situ, just like it looked when buried. Sara has already done two short Youtube videos on the the project and intends to continue making more to educate people on the fossil prep and molding process over the coming months. You can keep up with the newest videos in the project by subscribing to Sara’s “Creation Clues”Youtube channel
This fossil is a tylosaur, which is a type of mossasaur – an aquatic reptile. It is type of “sea dragon” – maybe like “Leviathan”, the creature mentioned by Jobe in the Bible. These creatures did not live millions of years ago – rather they were created in the same week that people, mamals, and the stars were made, just about six thousand years ago.
Sara J. Bruegel
Watch the second video on the Tylosar project – about fossil field jackets and the grid system. If you have problems with this video, please click here to watch
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Buy Mt. Blanco made replicas of two mammoth toe bones. The large one measures 5 inchs long, while the smaller one measures about 3 inches long . . . those are awfully big toes!
Diney’s new “Good Dinosaur” movie: dinosaurs did not live 65 million years ago as the the introduction says, but graphics & CGI are great. What I can agree with in the movie is Jurrassic dinosaurs, Cretaceous dinosaurs, “Ice Age” bison (such as recorded by Coronado 500 years ago), and modern man all living together. To read a more complete review on this movie by Answers in Genesis, click here – Joe Taylor
Watch the first video episdoe of the Henslee Tylosaur Fossil Project here
Want to learn more about giant fossil animals like tylosaurs, mastodons/mammoths, and dinosaurs? The second half of Joe Taylor’s book, “Giants Against Evolution” focuses on giant animals in the fossil record, while the first half focuses on giant humans.