Fly, Dolichopodidae and cob web. Baltic amber, 50 million years old. Sometimes insects snagged in spider webs get trapped in amber. This fly, however, seems to be free of the web.

Spider (order Araneae) preying on a midge (Chionomidae). Baltic amber, 50 million years old.


As can be seen from this 94- to 90-million-year-old fossil frog (Eleutrhorodactylus), frogs in the amber are the same as their today's counterparts.

A 94- to 90-million-year-old Sphaerodactylus gecko is one of the proofs that living things never underwent evolution.

A 30- to 25-million-year-old fossil centipede is identical to today’s centipedes.



50- to 35-Million-Year-Old Baltic Amber

Fungus gnat,
Diptera, 50-35 million years old. 

Long-legged fly,
Diptera, 50-35 million years old.

Wasp, Hymenoptera, 50-35 million years old.

All the fossils in this book are represented by species still living today. This fact proves that Darwinism is a false theory.

Spider, 50-35 million years old.

Fungus gnat, Diptera, 50-35 million years old.

Ant, Hymenoptera, Formicidae, 50-35 million years old.

Beetle, Coleoptera, 50-35 million years old.

Humpbacked fly, Diptera, 50-35 million years old.

Beetle, Coleoptera, 50-35 million years old.

Fungus gnat,Diptera, 50-35 million years old.

Wasp,  Hymenoptera, 50-35 million years old.

Fungus gnat, 50-35 million years old.

Long-legged fly, Diptera, 50-35 million years old.

True bug, 50-35 million years old.

Caterpillar, Lepidoptera, 50-35 million years old.

Living things appear fully formed and flawless, in the same form as today’s specimens, in the fossil record. In order to verify their theory, advocates of the theory of evolution need to point to billions of intermediate forms that should exist in the fossil record as proof. Yet they are unable to submit a single example of an intermediate form.

Spider, 50-35 million years old.

Beetle, Coleoptera, 50-35 million years old.

True midge, 50-35 million years old.

Wasp, 50-35 million years old.

Long-legged fly, 50-35 million years old.

Midge, 50-35 million years old.


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