WILD DOG SKULL

48 million years

Period: Eocene
Location: Kai Feng, He Nan, China

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The Asian wild dog skull pictured shows that no changes have affected this species over the last 48 million years. According to Darwinism, 48 million years is a comparatively long time in the supposed evolution of a living thing. Over such a period, any species should undergo countless coincidental changes, and the transition from one species to others by way of random processes should be visible. In order to achieve the perfect structure it enjoys today, the Asian wild dog should have evolved through countless intermediate stages, and 48 million years ago, it should have looked very different from how it appears today. However, there is no difference between this 48-million-year-old fossil and the skulls of Asian wild dogs living today. This is yet more concrete evidence that evolution is a myth.

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