WILD DOG SKULL

68 million years

Period: Cretaceous
Location: Gan Su, China

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If evolutionists’ claims were true, then very odd-looking creatures bearing characteristics of both wild dogs and of other life forms must once have existed. These remains should be encountered in the fossil record, and should be immediately recognizable because they possess characteristics belonging to two different species, and would constitute an example of evolutionists’ imaginary descendant relationships. Yet not one single intermediate form fossil has ever appeared in geologic strata or appeared in evolutionist publications, even though the latter are full of innumerable myths and imaginary scenarios. No such fossil exists, and no such life form ever existed at any time. Like the 68-million-year-old wild dog illustrated, all living things have come down to the present day in the same shapes in which they were first created. Natural history definitively refutes the claims of evolution.

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