RAPHIDIOPTERA (SNAKE FLY) LARVA

50 million years

Period: Eocene
Location: Poland

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Snake flies, of which there are around 100 species known, live in the shady parts of forested areas. Raphidioptera larvae are carnivorous. They feed on small invertebrates, particularly harmful leaf mites. The development of the larvae lasts for approximately two years, during which they go through a number of stages. It"s easy to see that the 50-million-year-old Raphidioptera larva pictured is identical to present-day Raphidioptera larvae. This declares a fact that Darwinists cannot conceal through distortion and deception: Living things never evolved in any way.

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