March flies belong to the Bibionidae family and feed mostly on plant pollen. The fossil record shows that all species of flies came into being at the same time and have lived on for millions of years without any change in their physical structures. This proves that flies, like all other living creatures, did not evolve. Evolutionists admit that the origin of flies cannot be explained in terms of the theory of evolution. The zoologist Pierre-Paul Grassé points this out when he writes: "We are totally in the dark about the origin of insects." (Evolution of Living Organisms, New York Academic Press, 1977, p. 30) The fossil record demonstrates that flies and all other insects originated as the result of God"s creation.
50 million years
Cache Creek Formation, Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada