CRINOID

354-325 million years

Period: Carboniferous
Location: Edwardsville Formation, Crawfordsville, Indiana, USA

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The earliest known specimens of crinoids, members of the order Echinodermata, lived during the Paleozoic era (543 to 251 million years ago). These animals, some 80 genera of which have survived down to the present, are one of those life forms that invalidate evolutionist claims. The fossil record shows that these organisms emerged suddenly, together with all their exceedingly complex structures. There is not one single fossil specimen to show that crinoids descended gradually from any other life form. All the fossils unearthed have proved that crinoids have always existed as crinoids. This, in turn, invalidates evolutionists’ claims and shows that the origin of life lies not in evolution, but in Creation.

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