CRANE DE JAGUAR
When he first proposed it, Darwin’s thesis that humans and apes are descended from some common ancestor was not supported by any scientific evidence, and that has remained the case ever since. All efforts made in the intervening 150 years to support the myth of human evolution have been in vain. The fossils obtained have proved that apes have always existed as apes and humans as humans; that apes did not turn into human beings and that humans and apes share no common ancestor. Faced with the disappointment inflicted on them by the fossil record and their lack of any supporting evidence whatsoever, all that evolutionists had left to do was to arrange fossil skulls out one after the other in totally arbitrary ways and to engage in conjecture, whose unrealistic nature has long been documented. However, fossils such as the 87-million-year-old jaguar skull fossil in the picture totally invalidate such speculation. In the same way that there has been no change over tens of years in the skulls of these mammals, so there have been no changes in apes or humans, either.