Coelacanth, a creationist's dream fish, but an evolutionist's nightmare
Coelacanth is a fish that was supposed to of died out about 65 million years ago when the dinosaurs had their demise.
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Since: Dec 12
#1 Dec 22, 2012
I don't get why this would be a creationist's favorite. So?, they were supposed to have died out with the dinosaurs. And they were rediscovered alive in the 1930s. So? All it tells us is that there were life forms that survived after the dinosaurs.
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