|AGE:||50 million years|
|LOCATION:||Cache Creek Formation, Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada|
The mooneye fish is a medium-size North American fish that normally lives in large lakes and rivers. Like other living creatures, this species of fish has survived for millions of years without any change in its physical structure. The fact that a 50-million-year-old mooneye fish is identical to its living descendents cannot be explained by evolutionists.