What did lizards look like when they crawled around dinosaur feet? Newly described lizards encased in Burmese ambers clearly show the answer.
Publishing online in Science Advances, a team of zoologists recognized familiar lizard forms in a dozen amber-encased specimens.1 A few preserve almost whole lizard bodies, most merely contain body parts, but they all confirm biblical creation in several different ways.
Amber forms when resins—not sap—flow from damaged trees. The resin hardens within hours, like scabs, to help heal the tree’s wounds. The resins sometimes flow fast enough to occasionally entomb little creatures, and harden fast enough to preserve them before they’re eaten or have time to rot.
Secular scientists assigned an age of 99 million years to these Burmese amber deposits. But the encased organisms show no evidence for evolution between creature kinds. Instead, the dozen lizards fall neatly into five modern lizard categories. For example, the researchers found life-like modern geckos and even identified a tiny chameleon fossil.
It seems to me that there is a good amount of evidence that the Biblical view of Creation is logically correct. I believe the Bible account is the correct account.