ADNAN OKTAR . The Cambrian Period is one of the oldest in natural history and took place 543-490 million years ago. Prior to that, life consisted of single-celled organisms and a few multi-celled organisms, but during it the whole extraordinary variety of life emerged suddenly, in fully formed and perfect states.

Canada’s Burgess Shale contains countless Cambrian fossils.

ADNAN OKTAR . The prominent science magazine TIG dealt with the issue of Cambrian period, one of the greatest deadlocks of evolution. In the article it was accepted that evolutionists could not never bring an explanation to the fossils found in Burgess Shale fossil layer in British Columbia, Canada.

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