JUMPING GROUND BUG AND GALL GNAT

25 million years

Period: Oligocene
Location: Dominican Republic

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Jumping ground bugs belong to the Dipsocoridae superfamily, usually live by the water and move very rapidly. Gall gnats cause the cells of plants" leaves and stems to grow faster, forming round, swollen gall. The gnats" larvae feed on these overgrown plant tissues. Specimens of both insects living today are the same as these examples that lived tens of millions of years ago. These insects, having stayed unchanged for tens of millions of years, demolish all the claims of Darwinists about the history of nature and betrays the fact that evolution never occurred.

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