ELM LEAF

50 million years

Period: Eocene
Location: Cache Creek Formation, British Columbia, Canada

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The elm leaf pictured grew during the Eocene epoch (54 to 37 million years ago), with the very same shape it has today. Like all other living fossils, this plant has not undergone any changes. This 50-million-year-old specimen clearly preserves all the details of the plant"s leaf. In the face of evidence like this, evolutionists have no explanations or alternatives to offer.

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