In a flood scenario, some creatures would have remained uncovered longer than others.
For example, we find perfectly preserved specimens of fossil fish, as well as specimens without heads or scales, and sometimes we find only the bones or pieces of specimens.
Evidence of an ancient worldwide Flood is very widespread in the fossil record.
The mere fact that most fossils are embedded in deposits laid down by water indicates catastrophic formation.
Even to this day very little has changed over the centuries.
The only differences perhaps are that today we run the 140 acre hill farm., and that Cae Gwyn now welcomes you to experience a close to nature holiday.
The extremes in temperature and climate following a global Flood could easily have caused the extinction of these species."align="right" Some fossils show immaculate preservation of detail and these creatures must have been buried instantly to prevent decay.
The state of preservation can thus be an indication of how long the animals were exposed to the elements before they were buried.
'White Field') is a sheep farm in the south of Snowdonia National Park with a farming history dating back over 200 years.Our guests are invited to walk freely around the 140 acre farm and nature reserve.The at Cae Gwyn is a designated SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) for its rare flora, fauna, and other aquatic life, where you may find a hidden picnic spot next to the river on moss-covered rocks.You will see a small herd of Alpacas which we use as guards against the foxes, together with our flock of Welsh mountain & Suffolk cross sheep.For those guests interested in 'Green' principles, we have a 4KW solar panel system, and will soon be using a wood pellet biomass boiler for heating and hot water.