SHRIMP

150 million years

Period: Jurassic
Location: Solnhofen, Almanya

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One of those issues that make the supposed evolution of crustaceans impossible is the eye structure in the lobster and shrimp. A great many life forms belonging to the class Crustacea have refractive-type lens structures. Only two—the lobster and the shrimp—have a reflective mirrored eye. According to the unscientific evolutionist hypothesis, all living things belonging to the Crustacea must have evolved from a common forebear. If this claim were true, then it needs to be proved that the reflective mirrored eye structure also evolved from the refractive type lens structure. Yet such a transition is impossible, because both types function perfectly with their own entirely different systems, and there is no point in looking for any

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