CARIBBEAN MONK SEAL SKULL

36 million years

Period: Oligocene
Location: Guang Zhou, China

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With the last specimen recorded in Jamaica in 1952, the Caribbean monk seal survived unchanged from 36 million years ago right up to the mid-1900s. The features unique to this species—rather smaller than other species of seal, can be seen in full detail in the fossilized skull, literally identical to members of the same species living up until 60 years ago. Faced with the incontrovertible fact that this life form never altered at all over the course of 36 million years, Darwinism is in a state of terrible and insuperable collapse.

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