CRINOID

345 million years

Period: Carboniferous
Location: Crawfordsville, Indiana, USA

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Crinoids are spineless invertebrates that live in shallow waters. These marine creatures have both shells and feathery extensions. In case these extensions are lost, crinoids can replace them. For instance, if a predatory fish tears off the crinoid"s extensions, these extensions will regrow. The 345-million-year-old crinoid fossil, identical to its living counterparts, invalidates the theory of evolution. Crinoids that have remained unchanged for 345 million years refute the theory of evolution, manifesting the creation of God as a fact.

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