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sirajstc
07-07-2010, 05:00 PM
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In the fossil record, there is not even one example of a living being to evolve from a different species through slight changes. All the fossil specimens people have found show that every being was created with its own specific characteristics. And they have never undergone any changes as long as they lived. One of the proofs that shows this fact is this 155-million-year-old squid fossil.

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Haberturk, 20 August 2009

A 155-million-year-old squid fossil, which was found in Wiltshire, England during excavation baffled the researchers. In course of excavation, the palaeontologists who uncovered an ordinary-looking stone, encountered an ink sac of a squid undamaged for millions of years. The researchers, which removed calcareous part of it, succeeded in making it a writable ink, with ammonia solution.

ColdBreath
07-07-2010, 11:04 PM
No, bro its just the squid and many other sea creatures that don't have a skeleton, they have not evolved much. Same is true for the deep sea creatures. Watch some Discovery/National Geographic you get really good programs on deep sea life.

But on land and shallow waters the story is totally different. There are a lots of species including humans which have either evolved or have gone extinct.