Fossil Friday: The Giant Armadillo Glyptodon and the Abrupt Origin of Xenarthrans

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Should we dare to consider the possibility that something is wrong with the Darwinist assumptions? Heaven forbid! Source
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Springtails: Wingless Arthropods that Can Fly

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The fossil record shows a “Hexapod Gap.” Unfortunately for Darwin, the two leading theories to explain the gap can be ruled out. Source
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