NEEDLE FISH (With its countrepart)

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Evolutionists, who persist in claiming that "species evolved from one another" at every available opportunity are helpless in the face of the fossil record because they possess not a single piece of evidence. The fossil needlefish in the picture, for instance, documents how these have remained unchanged for 95 million years. This slender fish, which belongs to the family Belonidae, is no different to specimens alive today.
FOSSIL NO: SF0938
AGE:95 million years
TERM:Cretaceous
LOCATION:Nammoura, Lebanon
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