BITING MIDGE SWARM

Age: 45 million years old
Size: 29 millimeters (1.1 in) by 17 millimeters (0.6 in)
Location: Kaliningrad Region, Russia
Period: Eocene

The fossil record proves that living things are not descended from other species and did not evolve gradually. 45-million-year-old female midges, identical to those living today, reveal this once again.

PHASMID NYMPH (WALKING STICK)

Age: 45 million years old
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

Masters of camouflage, walking stick insects resemble tree twigs or leaves. It is next to impossible to tell them apart from the branch they are resting on. Walking sticks that lived 45 million years ago and those living today protect themselves from predators using exactly the same tactics and camouflage themselves in the same way. The structures of these insects have not changed for 45 million yearsevidence that evolution never took place.


WORKER ANT, APHID LARVA

Age: 45 million years old
Size: 20 milimeters (0.7 in) by 12 millimeters (0.4 in) ; inclusions: 2 millimeters (0.07 in)
Location: Kaliningrad Region, Russia
Period: Eocene

"Ant" is the general name given to some 8,000 species of insects that live social lives, live in colonies, and build their nests under ground. Each species of ant has its own particular characteristics. Inside this amber, a semi-adult leaf aphid has been fossilized alongside the worker ant. Aphids generally live cooperative lives with ants, because some ants feed the aphids.

These 45-million-year-old creatures, identical to today's ants and aphids, defy the claims made by the theory of evolution.


CRAB SPIDER

Age: 45 million years old
Size: amber: 17 millimeters (0.6 in) by 8 millimeters (0.03 in) across; spider: 5 millimeters (0.1 in)
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

Spiders, of which this specimen resembles a crab, have some 2,000 different species. The crab spider in this amber is 45 million years old and identical to contemporary crab spiders.

APHID LARVA

Age: 45 million years old
Size: 7 millimeters (0.2 in) in diameter
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

Aphids belonging to the family Pemphigidae are wingless. Their primary host plants are trees, and sometimes herbaceous plants. The aphid larva pictured is 45 million years old. Aphids and their larvae have remained the same for all that time, demolishing all the claims of the theory of evolution.


LONG-LEGGED

Age: 45 million years old
Size: 15 millimeters (0.5 in) long, 9 millimeters (0.3 in) across,
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

This fly, a member of the order Diptera, has preserved all the same characteristics for millions of years, never undergoing any change. Any species that has remained the same over 45 million years invalidates evolution.

MIDGE

Age: 45 million years old
Size: 14 millimeters (0.5 in) long, 8 millimeters (0.3 in) across
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

Darwinistsin a help less position when it comes to the origin of insects, as they are with regard to so many other subjects cannot offer any scientific explanation when confronted by fossils in amber. These life forms are manifest proofs that evolution never took place.


CADDISFLY

Age: 50 million years old
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

The larvae of the caddisfly are used as fishing bait. Caddisflies have preserved the same structures and characteristics for millions of years, never undergoing any changes. This 50-million-year-old fossil caddis fly is also proof that these living things have never altered.

WASP

Age: 50 million years old
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

Pictured is a 50-million-year-old wasp preserved in Baltic amber. Like all other living things, wasps, which have remained the same for 50 million years, show that evolution never happened, and that God created them.


COCKROACH

Age: 50 million years old
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

The cockroach, the earliest known winged insect, emerges in the fossil record in the Carboniferous Period, a full 350 million years ago. This insect—with its delicate antennae sensitive to the slightest movement, even an air current, its perfect wings, even its ability to withstand nuclear radiation—has remained exactly the same for hundreds of millions of years. This 50-million-year-old cockroach is no different from present-day specimens.

STONE FLY

Age: 50 million years old
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

Stone flies range between 5 and 10 millimeters (0.1 and 0.3 in) in length and have two long antennae; their larvae are used as fishing bait. They too have remained unchanged for millions of years. This 50-million-year-old fossil stone fly pictured is identical to stone flies living today.


MOTH

Age: 50 million years old
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

The moth is an insect species closely resembling a butterfly. Both butterflies and moths are members of the order Lepidoptera. The 50-million-year-old moth in the picture, no different to present-day specimens, again confirms that living things were never subjected to evolution.

GRASSHOPPER

Age: 50 million years old
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

The fossil record shows that, contrary to what evolutionists suppose, insects have no primitive forerunners. According to fossil discoveries, all insect species appeared suddenly, with all their particular characteristics, and have survived with those same characteristics ever since. One proof of this is this 50-million-year-old fossil grasshopper, which is no different from present-day grasshoppers.


CATERPILLAR

Age: 50 million years old
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

One proof that caterpillars have always been caterpillars is this 50-million-year-old specimen preserved in amber. Caterpillars, which have maintained all the same features despite the intervening millions of years, show that evolution is a gross deception.

GRASSHOPPER 

Age: 50 million years old
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

This grasshoppers, 50 million years old and preserved in amber, is identical to their present-day counterparts. These insects have been the same for millions of years; they did not evolve, but were created.


FLY

Age: 50 million years old
Location: Poland
Period: Eocene

There is no difference between flies that lived 50 million years ago and flies living today. The fossil fly in amber pictured is one proof of this fact.

FLY

Age: 50 million years old
Location: Poland
Period: Eocene

Flies emerge suddenly in the fossil record. One of their major characteristics is their extraordinary maneuvering ability. Human beings cannot raise and lower their arms 10 times a second, yet the average fly is able to beat its wings 500 times a second. In addition, both wings beat simultaneously. The slightest discepancy between the vibration of the wings would make the fly lose its balance. Yet no such discrepancy ever arises. It is of course impossible to account for the instantaneous appearance of living things with such flawless structures in terms of evolution. This is one of the clear proofs of God's creation.


BUTTERFLY

Age: 50 million years old
Location: Poland
Period: Eocene

This 50-million-year-old butterfly fossil shows that these insects have remained the same despite the intervening tens of millions of years.

LEAFHOPPER

Age: 45 million years old
Size: 10 millimeters (0.3 in) long, 8 millimeters (0.3 in) across; leafhopper: 4 millimeters (0.16 in)
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

Pictured is a 45-million-year-old leafhopper, no different from today's specimens. This complete similarity is an important indication that evolution is a fictitious process that never actually took place.


SCUTTLE FLY

Age: 45 million years old
Size: Amber: 23 millimeters (0.9 in) long, 13 millimeters (0.5 in) across; inclusion: 1 millimeter (0.01 in)
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Upper Eocene

This 45-million-year-old fossil fly reveals that the theory of evolution is an imaginary process that never took place. Living things are not descended from a supposed common forebear, as Darwin maintained, and have undergone no intermediate stages.

MOTH

Age: 45 million years old
Size: 27 millimeters (1 in) long, 18 millimeters (0.7 in) across
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

That today's moths are identical to ones that lived millions of years ago indicates that living things have never changed for so long as they have existed—and have never undergone evolution. The 45-million-year-old fossil moth pictured once again demonstrates this fact.


DANCE FLY

Age: 45 million years old
Size: amber: 32 millimeters (1.2 in) by 23 millimeters (0.9 in); inclusion: 2 millimeters (0.01 in)
Location: Baltic, Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

One example of how living things have maintained the same characteristics for as long as they have existed and have never undergone evolution is this 45-million-year-old fossil fly, identical to today's dance flies.

WINGED ANT

Age: 45 million years old
Size: Amber: 13 millimeters (0.5 in) by 8 millimeters (0.3 in)
Location: Baltic Kaliningrad, Russia
Period: Eocene

The 45-million-year-old winged ant pictured is identical to present-day winged ants.


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