SNOW LEOPARD SKULL

67 million years

Period: Cretaceous
Location: Yun Nan, China

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Snow leopards, with their magnificent appearance, elegant fur and extraordinary equipment, were in existence as long as 67 million years ago. This 67-million-year-old snow leopard skull, identical in all respects to the skulls of snow leopards living today, makes this crystal-clear. Contrary to Darwinists’ expectations, this animal which, according to the theory of evolution, should have taken a very long time to develop gradually actually appears suddenly and fully formed in the fossil record with no intermediate form or forerunners behind it. Evolutionists need to account for this sudden and flawless appearance in the fossil record; yet they are silent and despairing, because they know that these remains from the past are actually evidence of Creation.

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