Exactly ~ and the scientists are telling us how long animals have been around, like many millions of years, and they haven't been smart enough to evolve into anything else other than what they started out as.<quoted text>
You are not very knowledgeable on the subject and I don't want to sit here and beat you up over it.
Here is a very simple way to explain evolution. If you really needed a job and the only job out there was bagging groceries, what would you do? You would learn to bag groceries or die from starvation.
Some time later, a job as a rocket scientist opens up and your bagging job ends. Can you be a rocket scientist? No, so you are in trouble. Jenny could, so she took the job and lived on.
Right before you die, you find a job as a cashier! Lucky for you, you can learn that job and you survive another day.
Unfortunately, evolution takes a very long time, not 200 years.
If an animal is smart enough to move into higher ground before a Tsunami hits, why can't it be smart enough to adapt? Seeing as we apparently have all adapted from the result of a big bang theory in the first place?