FABULOUS TRILOBITE SPECIMENS from near the Canadian border in New York have now entered our museum collection. They are fabulous for several reasons:

1. They are preserved in sparkling golden pyrite.

2. They show intricate detail with legs, feelers, mouth parts, enabling fantastic study of these extinct creatures.

3. Their beautiful state of preservation is indisputable proof they were rapidly and catastrophically buried under muddy water.

4. They are the most beautifully preserved trilobites on earth.

We felt it was urgent to get these before the locally owned site passes under the "academic community", which usually means creationists get locked out. We are grateful to the supporter who put up loan funds to get these materials, but now is your opportunity to help pay him back.
Since 99.9 % of trilobites are found without any indication of leg parts preserved at all, that alone makes these exceedingly rare, and exceedingly valuable. The average size of specimens from this area is only a centimetre, but we have picked up specimens 4 and 5 centimetres long in an absolutely beautiful state of preservation, and in some cases showing complete tops and bottoms of jumbled up trilobites in one mass of glittering gold.
It also means the Creation Research collection is now amongst world leaders when it comes to quality of materials that we possess for study by creationists. This factor is absolutely vital in beating down the lies of the evolutionary camp about long slow fossilisation process proving the world is millions of years old and life evolved, therefore the biblical account couldn't possibly be true. We need your help with obtaining all such fossils; as we swap for fossils, pay for them outright, or send our researchers to excavate, collect and carry them back to our main collection


Specimens such as these continue to enable us to confound the evolutionists by proving that fossils don't take a long time to form. process.

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