The fossilized magnolia leaf pictured is 50 million years old. Despite this, the leaf is exactly the same as the ones living today. According to the theory of evolution, all those millions of years should have contributed changes to the organism. But such a change is observed in none of these fossil specimens. This 50-million-year-old magnolia leaf is one of the numerous pieces of evidence refuting evolution.
|FOSSIL NO: ||SP0741 |
|AGE:||50 million years|
|LOCATION:||Cache Creek Formation, British Columbia, Canada|
|LIVING SPECIMENS:|| |