SEQUOIA PINE CONE

144-65 million years

Period: Cretaceous
Location: Morton County, Dakota, USA

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Sequoias presently growing in North America can reach more than 100 meters in height; there are countless fossil specimens showing that these trees" foliage has remained the same for tens of millions of years. The fossil in the picture is around 140 million years old. These specimens once again condemn evolutionists, who cannot explain scientifically how plants first emerged and why there is such a variety of them, to a profound silence. It is clear that each species of plant which appears suddenly in the fossil record, together with its own unique features and which has survived completely unchanged for millions of years, has been created by Almighty God.

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