SPECIMENS DISCOVERED IN THE USA (STINGRAY FOSSIL)
Stingray Age: 54
to 37 million years old Stingray
Size: 8 centimeters (3.2 in) by 3.8
centimeters (1.5 in); matrix: 12.7 centimeters (5 in)
by 10 centimeters (4 in) Stingray
Location: Lincoln County, Wyoming
Stingray Fossil: Stingrays
are cartilaginous fish. In the face of a threat,
they defend themselves with the stings on their tails.
Their eyes are located above their flattened bodies and
their mouths are underneath. Just like sharks, they find
their food by using their sense of smell and by electrical
senses. They generally live submerged on the ocean floor,
with only their eyes and tails discernable.
The fossil pictured evidences that fish have not
undergone evolution. Stingrays that lived 50 million
years ago were no different from the ones living today.
Despite the passage of millions of years, no change has
occurred in the structure of stingrays. If evolution
had really taken place, then stingrays would have undergone
various stages, leaving behind many fossils documenting
these sequential stages. However each fossil discovered
reveal that today's stingrays and those that lived in
the past are the same. All these deny the claims of evolutionists.