From your referenced site:
. A considerable part of the remains is from large animals such as from hairy rhinoceroses, giant lions, beavers, buffaloes, musk, oxen, mammoths, and hairy elephants, which have become extinct. That is why it is clear that the climate of Alaska was much warmer before it became frozen.
I haven't read the whole thing yet but here in two sentences it's illogic shows.
How would one conclude from hairy
elephants must oxen etc that the climate was much warmer
The reference to the Karoo formation neglects to suggest how this number of animals could live at the required density rather than having been deposited over a rather long time.
The site then lists a number of mass graves. It neglects the need for all of these (and other) mass graves sites to be deposited at the exact same time. They have not.
They site then discusses fossils. It neglects to inform us of why there is a very particular vertical order of the fossils found and the nature of the animals represented. All the creationists arguments on this issue that I have seen so far are rather funny. (e.g. faster runners, denser animals etc.) They are all so obviously wrong that they are funny.
and in addition to this some of them have been found whole and undamaged.
This is in reference to Mammoth remains. I would like to see a reference to the study of such whole and undamaged remains. There are, as far as I know, none in such a fine state of preservation.
One also has to ask why is it just those animals that paleontologists consider to have lived in a cold time and place and very, very recently that are preserved frozen. Since dinosaurs lived (at a very different time) in the same places why are there no frozen dinosaur remains?
I'll stop there. It is clear when one can ask such rather simple questions off the top of ones head that this site has not thought through it's assertions very well. Since these arguments have been ripped up for a long time now any site which still posts them is clearly one that is either willfully ignorant or not entirely honest.
PS -- if you want to discuss these with a number of people (some of them experts (on mammoths for one) see www.evcforum.net (external - login to view)