SQUID

95 million years

Period: Cretaceous
Location: Haqel, Lebanon

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Squid, members of the sub-class Coleoidea, are mollusks with eight or ten arms. As with other living things, evolutionists maintain that mollusks are descended from a supposed common ancestor, even though they are unable to back these theses up with any scientific findings. This fact is admitted by the Turkish evolutionist biologist Ali Demirsoy: "At the beginning of this discussion, we considered a hypothetical mollusk forerunner and attempted to present these classes? stages of descent from it . . . . We were certainly unable to find the means of combining all these classes together in a common ancestor . . . . In essence, it seems impossible in the light of present-day knowledge to describe a mollusk forebear." (Ali Demirsoy, Yasamin Temel Kurallari [The Basic Rules of Life], Vol. II, Part I, pp. 623-624)

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