STURGEON

206-144 million years

Period: Jurassic
Location: China

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Sturgeon, members of the order Acipenseriformes, the remains of which species date back to very early periods, are frequently encountered in the fossil record. They generally live in the fresh waters and seas of the northern hemisphere. With their structures, which have remained unchanged for tens and even hundreds of millions of years, sturgeon are one of the living things that refute the Darwinist claim that life forms evolved from the primitive to the more complex.The fossil record has revealed that even in very early geological periods, there were already living organisms possessed of complex systems such as eyes, gills and circulatory systems, as well as advanced physiological structures, identical to those in modern-day specimens.New findings obtained in 1999, for instance, show that in the Cambrian Period (490 to 543 million years ago), there were two separate species of fish known as Haikouichthys ercaicunensis and Myllokunmingia fengjiaoa. These findings deal a lethal blow to the theory of evolution’s claim that species develop from the primitive to the more complex.

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