Giant Clam Fossils Found In Kansas
Giant clam shells found throughout the Smoky Hill Chalk deposits in Kansas are sometimes more than four feet in diameter. While in Colorado, they are nearly 9 feet in length and thought to be the largest.
“While alive, the interior sometimes served as shelter for schools of small fish which are occasionally preserved inside as fossils pressed into the shell.“
These clamshell fossils are found in the closed position. The only way they could have been fossilized that way is rapid burial, which could only be caused by the worldwide flood, a flood which Evolutionism says did not happen. When clams die, naturally the shell opens.