Saturday, 12 September 2015

More Evidence for Noah’s Flood: Whale Fossilised With Its Last Meal Undigested

Blainville's beaked whale (Mesoplodon densirostris). Image courtesy of the NOAA Photo Library, Creative Commons (CC BY 2.0).

Joel Kontinen

New research published online in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B features the partial fossil of a beaked whale and its last meal consisting of sardinelike fish still undigested.

A brief article in Science states:

“The whale’s remains would be largely unremarkable if not for the large number of sardinelike fish preserved inside its chest cavity and around its head. Because scales of the fish show few signs of being exposed to stomach acid, the fish must have been consumed shortly before the whale died and sank to the sea floor.”

The researchers assume that the whale Messapicetus gregarius is between 8.9 million and 9.9 million years old.

There is a much better explanation for this whale and its meal: the global flood of Noah’s day, which has left its marks all over our planet.

They include animal graveyards and geological formations. Some of them are quite spectacular.

Beaked whales still roam the oceans, so that’s no evolution in this story.


Perkins, Sid. 2015. Ancient whale fossilized with its last meal. ScienceShot (8 September).