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Man digs up 60 million-year-old fish fossil but insists the earth is 6,000 years old

Oh the irony! A Canadian creationist who firmly believes that the earth is roughly 6,000 years old had to discover some rare fossils of fish skeletons that scientists have claimed to have lived some 60 million years ago! But still, Edgar Nemberg insists that humans existed at the same time as the dinosaurs, and that the fishes in question were most likely to have been alive shortly before the Great Flood in the Bible wiped out almost everything about 4,300 years ago.

The 64-year-old was excavating a basement in March this year when he caught sight of the black outlines of five fishes in a block of sandstone. Maybe it’s really some divine intervention that wants to set the record straight?

Via Daily Dot

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