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In this section of the YouTube video, Faisal Warraich takes viewers on a journey to the Sahara Desert in Egypt, where the fossilized remains of a giant whale-like animal known as the Basilosaurus were found. The Basilosaurus lived three to three and a half million years ago and its fossils were discovered scattered in a deep valley of al-Haitan, near the town of Cairo. Warraich explains why these fossils have survived while most others have disappeared by emphasizing the importance of water and sediment in preserving fossils. He demonstrates the process of fossilization through a sample of sedimentary rock from Skardu and displays the fossilized remains of the Basilosaurus. Warraich also discusses the importance of sedimentary rocks in layering and provides examples of evolution found in different parts of the world. Overall, he sheds light on the importance of scientific evidence and methods in understanding the theory of evolution.