According to evolutionists’ unscientific claims, butterflies and elephants, whales and ants, orchids and stinging nettles, human beings and fish all supposedly share the same common ancestor.
The fossil record is the most important evidence disproving that claim. Life forms are preserved exactly as they were tens of thousands, tens of millions or even hundreds of millions of years in the past. Thus fossils of life forms that once existed should show by what imaginary transitional stages they assumed their present forms. Traces of their so-called common ancestors should also be encountered. Yet no intermediate stages, nor any supposed common ancestors of the kind claimed by evolutionists, can be seen anywhere in the fossil record. Millions specimens like the 100-million-year-old ant lion pictured show that living things have always remained unchanged. In other words, the theory of evolution remains unproven.
|FOSSIL NO: ||AI2765 |
|AGE:||100 million years|
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