TIBETAN SAND FOX SKULL

86 million years

Period: Cretaceous
Location: Du Lan, Qing Hai, China

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Tibetan sand foxes, members of the order Carnivora, are also known simply as sand foxes. They generally feed on flightless birds, rabbits and other rodents. The fossil record proves that sand foxes have always existed as sand foxes and are not descended from any other life form. The 86-million-year-old sand fox skull fossil in the picture, being identical to that of sand foxes living today, is one of the proofs that evolutionists are simply giving tongue to their dreams. No process such as that claimed by Darwinists ever occurred, and evolutionist hypotheses are devoid of any supporting scientific evidence.

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