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

Beetle larva, 50-35 million years old.

Spider, 50-35 million years old.

Caddis with larva, 50-35 million years old.

Caddis fly, 50-35 million years old.

Beetle, 50-35 million years old.

True midge, 50-35 million years old.

According to the theory of evolution, half-winged, odd-looking, functionless creatures must have existed on Earth millions of years ago. Yet the fossil record refutes Darwinists. Specimens perfectly preserved in amber have totally demolished the myth of the evolutionary process.

True midge, 50-35 million years old.

Beetle, 50-35 million years old. 

Beetle, 50-35 million years old. 

God has created all living things. Millions-of-year-old fossil specimens have once again revealed this in the most perfect manner. God, the Sublime and Almighty One, is the Creator of all living things.

Fungus gnat, 50-35 million years old.

Spider, 50-35 million years old.

True midge, 50-35 million years old.

 

Ant, 50-35 million years old.

A mosquito in Dominican amber, 23-14 million years old.

 

Flies living some 50 million years ago looked at the world through perfect and highly complex compound eyes and were able to fly using the same perfect mechanism. None of these creatures have ever been subjected to evolution. They all possessed the same flawless equipment 50 million years ago as they do today.


Bristletail (Archaeognatha) in Baltic amber,54-23 million years old.

Springtail (Collembola) in Dominican amber, 23-14 million years old.

Crane fly, 50-35 million years old.

Ant, 50-35 million years old.

Spider, 50-35 million years old.


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

Spider, Family Uloboridae, 50-35 million years old.

Spider's web, 50-35 million years old.

Twisted-wing insect (Strepsiptera), 50-35 million years old.

A crane fly with about 20 mites, 50-35 million years old.

Cicada nymph, 50-35 million years old.

Ant, 50-35 million years old.

Rove beetle, 50-35 million years old.

Spider with web, 50-35 million years old.

A moth and an ant head, 24 million years old.

A 38- to 23-million-year old wasp in Dominican amber.

Beetle, 50-35 million years old.

Spider, 50-35 million years old.

The fossil record contains not a single example of the imaginary "intermediate" species or missing links—which evolutionists claim must have existed. Fossils demonstrate that plants and animals that lived millions of years ago are structurally the same as their counterparts today.

True midge, 50-35 million years old.

Spider, 50-35 million years old.

Fungus gnat, 50-35 million years old.

Dance fly, 50-35 million years old.

Termite, 50-35 million years old.

Beetle larva, 50-35 million years old.

Sand fly, 50-35 million years old.

Parasitic mite larva on a long-legged fly (Diptera Dolichopodidae).

A cricket, Orthoptera, in a 24-million-year old Dominican amber.

Insect, fly, and wasp fossils from some 50 million years ago represent a major challenge to Darwinism. According to the theory of evolution, these creatures went through an imaginary process of evolution and should have acquired intermediate-form characteristics. Yet they are identical to members of the same species today. This is definitive proof that living things never underwent evolutionary changes.

A large fly in a 24-million-year old Dominican amber.

A male winged ant, Hymenoptera, Formicidae, 25 million years old.

An adult planthopper in a 24-million-year old Dominican amber.


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