SALAMANDER (With its counterpart)

125 million years

Period: Cretaceous
Location: Jiufotang Formation, Huludao City, Liaoning, China

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This fossil salamander uncovered in China is the world"s oldest known salamander. As a result of some sudden volcanic eruption, fossil remains are often very well preserved under a layer of ash, so well that it is even possible to detect some of their soft tissues and the last food they ate. These fossil salamanders are no different from those alive in our day. Amphibians that remain unchanged for hundreds of millions of years once again demonstrate that evolutionists are wrong.

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SR0027-28