SCALLOP

300 million years

Period: Carboniferous
Location: Francis Creek Shale, Braidwood, Illinois, USA

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There are an estimated 15,000 extinct species of oysters, traces of which can still be seen in the fossil record, and some 11,000 species still alive today. The fossil pictured here, a member of the family Pectinidae, shows that the mollusks in question have remained unaltered for hundreds of millions of years. Evolutionists are unable to account for this. In such cases, they prefer resorting to demagoguery, pretending not to understand the issue, and confusing the public with imaginary tales. The fact is, however, that if they were to honestly evaluate the information revealed by the scientific facts, they would see that the theory of evolution has collapsed under the weight of evidence in the fossil record.

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