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This theory is also not borne out. From the moment fossils first appear, the geological record is stacked with living surfaces, both in marine and terrestrial settings, as is apparent from the reefs, animal tracks, burrows, droppings, nests and roots fossilised at countless horizons through the record. Each such surface was a fresh colonisation and the whole succession clearly occupied a substantial length of time

This theory is also not borne out. From the moment fossils first appear, the geological record is stacked with living surfaces, both in marine and terrestrial settings, as is apparent from the reefs, animal tracks, burrows, droppings, nests and roots fossilised at countless horizons through the record. Each such surface was a fresh colonisation and the whole succession clearly occupied a substantial length of time

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