Herrings live in mild and shallow waters, mostly in the North Atlantic and Baltic Sea. Herrings that have approximately 200 species are almost the same. Almost all of them are silver in color and have a single fin on their backs. The herring fossil in the picture is 21 centimeters (8.2 in). It is uncovered from Green River from a depth of 2200 meters (7217 feet). As with all other fossil records, this fossil herring reveals that living beings have not undergone evolution. Evolutionists are desperate in the face of fossil records, and every new discovery adds to their desperation.