SNAKE FLY (Raphidioptera)

125 million years

Period: Cretaceous
Location: Santana Formation, Araripe Basin, Brazil

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Snake flies, of which there are estimated to be 150 or so species, are members of the class Raphidioptera—another life form showing that evolution never took place. In fact, scientific circles are well aware that the fossil record does not support evolution. But because of their ideological dependance on the theory, they never openly admit this fact. In his book Aquagenesis, The Origin and Evolution of Life in the Sea, Richard Ellis states that fossils prove stasis, rather than the change expected by evolution: The fossil evidence does not provide ready answers to questions of descent or relationships, but it unequivocally demonstrates the durability and complexity of life’s history on Earth.” (Richard Ellis, Aquagenesis, The Origin and Evolution of Life in the Sea, Penguin Books, 2001, p. 6)

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