No. It doesn't work like that. Species are basically loosely bounded gene pools. Genes make traits, right? Each generation has mutations in their genes that differ slightly from their parents. From one generation to the next, you aren't going to notice any difference. But these small changes add up and, over deep time, a species' gene pool will alter enough such that different morphology is produced. From the point of view of the fossil record, it looks like one species is changing into another.<quoted text>
ummm.... So, not just one fish grew legs, an entire species did. All at once?
And whatever the palm tree came from, they all popped up at once?
And the eagles, they all came at once? As a SPECIES?
Either your reasoning or your science is proving God more & more....
But all that is really happening is that genes in gene pools are being altered, subtracted and added.