The discovery of yet another new species has also unearthed a frank admission from Earth science manager at Jurrasic coast heritage park, Richard Edmonds.
Apparently the fossil record is far from complete. This will no doubt surprise the evolution buffs who are spoon fed the propoganda that the fossil record supports the whimsy of evolution!
"The exciting thing is that the fossil record is far from complete. We know lots about the more common fossils, but so few of the animals that ever lived became fossilised, there's always the prospect of finding new species,". Edmonds arrives at this false conclusion by imagining that there must be all the millions of missing links that have still to be dug up. How is is possible to claim that 'so few of the animals that ever lived became fossilied' unless you believe that they exist in the first place without any evidence!
The discovery is of a new species of crocodile. As with all other other fossil finds, there is now yet another new gap for evolution fans to fill with imaginary transistions.
Our resident science expert had this to say. "If all the missing links are missing, it is possible to cling to the desparate hope that they are all there waiting to be found. Since Darwin popularised the notion that man was once pond scum, the search for the links between species has produced diddley squat. The faulty assumption is that the evidence is there but as yet undiscovered. Undiscovered evidence is no evidence at all. A far more likely explanation is that the millions of fossils needed to complete even a small part of the fabled evolutionary tree just do not exist, and that evolutionary mythology should be categorised with other fairy tales. Evolutionists believe in millions of unseen gods, or as they refer to them missing links."