If Darwinism were true, then the fossil record should contain transitional species in the process of development, rather than fossils millions of years old that are identical to present-day life forms. But that is not the case; the actual findings are incompatible with Darwinist myths. The American paleontologist S.M. Stanley describes this reality when he says, “The known fossil record is not, and never has been, in accord with gradualism.” (S. M. Stanley, The New Evolutionary Timetable: Fossils, Genes, and the Origin of Species, New York: Basic Books Inc., 1981, p. 71.) The fossil record is full of millions of species that have never altered at all, as you can see from the 49-million-year-old aardwolf skull pictured.