Not fossils, but bones?
There are mammoth and mastodon bones all over, along with dozens of other extinct critters--but no dinosaur bones.
How would a creationist explain this?
How does an evolutionist explain the Universe coming from nothing, life from non-life?
lots of dinosaur bones in Alaska, They have even have some red blood cells with fragment of DNA.
Not only that, but in the 1930s it was common for high priced restaurants to serve Mammoth meat- recovered from under Ice in Siberia.
I have been told that Creationism is a combination of special creation and special delivery. A significant part of the science in evolution is how species are distributed, and specifically how they are not distributed (kangaroos not in South America). A large part of Darwin’s research had to do with how long various species’ seeds would be viable when soaked in water, and the new information from ocean currents then becomeing available from Royal Navy surveys. The information was gathered and of military significance when wind and water were major sources of power, but when steam power became common, there was little advantage to restricting access to wind and current data.
For a very low rate, you can have access to the Proceedings of the Royal Society where much of Darwin’s, Lord Kelvin’s, Reynolds’ and others.