Who said Coelacanth had to have legs at 65 mya? The fish that came to land was<quoted text>
Now then moving right along... Let's meet some members of the Lazarus Taxon.... Coelacanth: Darwin's missing link fish! Thought to extinct 65 million years ago... Alive and well today and guess what?... No legs! No signs of evolution what so ever!!... The Laotian Rock Rat: 11.5 million years gone shows up alive and well... No signs of any mutation...wow... Gracilidris: These ants were thought to be extinct 15 million years ago... Found alive and well... No signs of evolving... There are plenty if examples of wild and plant life thought to be long gone only to be discovered and found to go though no changes over millions of years... Care to explain?
Tiktaalik about 375 mya. Coelacanth may be just a cousin of Tiktaalik. No need for distant cousin to have the same exact traits.
Some species need no changes to survive. Evolution does not claim anything you are disputing.
I doubt roaches have changed much either. Did they need to? Alligators have no changed much in hundreds of millions of years. They work well without change.