COELACANTH

145 million years

Period: Jurassic
Location: Eichstatt, Germany

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Evolutionists long portrayed the coelacanth as an extinct intermediate form—a half-fish, half-reptile. But the fact that some 200 living specimens have been caught to date reveals that the claims made about this creature are nothing more than a deception. The coelacanth is no intermediate form, but a fish with complete and flawless system that lives in deep waters. Coelacanths, whose earliest known examples go back some 410 million years, have survived unchanged for nearly half a billion years. The fossil coelacanth pictured shows that evolutionists

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