One I watched was called Evolution: The Grand Experiment vol. 2.
I found a brief article on the video and pasted some things that were discussed in the video.
Dr Werner traveled over 100,000 miles and found modern day animals/plants in the same layers where dinosaurs were discovered. (Bolded portions in quotes will be added by me.)
“We found fossilized examples from every major invertebrate animal phylum living today including: arthropods (insects, crustaceans etc.), shellfish, echinoderms (starfish, crinoids, brittle stars, etc.), corals, sponges, and segmented worms (earthworms, marine worms).
There is also this
Cartilaginous fish (sharks and rays), boney fish (such as sturgeon, paddlefish, salmon, herring, flounder and bowfin) and jawless fish (hagfish and lamprey) have been found in the dinosaur layers and they look the same as modern forms.
Paleontologists have found 432 mammal species in the dinosaur layers; almost as many as the number of dinosaur species. … But where are these fossils? We visited 60 museums but did not see a single complete mammal skeleton from the dinosaur layers displayed at any of these museums. This is amazing.
Any museum I've ever visited separates dinosaur fossils from the rest (dinos in one section, mammals another, fish another, etc.) If these animals were living together, why separate them? It's the same in artist recreations of the scene. Never will you see a dinosaur with a squirrel in one of their displays.
Lastly, I wanted to bring up this:
A scientist found a fossil sea urchin in Cretaceous rock that looks nearly identical to a modern Purple Heart sea urchin, but assigned it to a completely new genus (Holaster). If you saw that creature alive in the ocean you would recognize it as a Purple Heart sea urchin (genus Spatangus). The different name suggests that sea urchins have changed over time, but this is contrived ‘evidence’ for evolution. The fossil looks the same as the living one.”
By watching this video, there were tons of examples of where the fossilized version had a different genus then the living one.. Snakes, starfish, shells, alligators, plants, etc. all had a differenet genus assigned.
Here is an example.
The above is a fossil sea urchin, genus Holaster
The below is a living sea urchin, genus Spatangus
One more example of shrimp below:
The one on the left is Penaeus. The one on the right is Antrimpos.
The fossilzed shrimp is supposedly 150 million years old.
All dogs are assigned to the genus Canis lupus familiaris. Yet for some reason, there are 100s if not more fossils that are virtually unchanged when compared to the living one, and they are assigned a different genus.
Is this intellectual dishonesty and an attempt to make it look like these animals evolved?
Read more about Werner here: http://creation.com/...-living-fossils