On a regular basis, scientists find creatures that shouldn’t exist; that should have been replaced during long ages of evolutionary process. Whenever it happens, evolutionists agonize over what this ancient creature tells us about how evolution works, but they never consider the obvious. Perhaps evolution doesn’t happen. Following is an article about the latest find.
The Pygmy Right Whale, a mysterious and elusive creature that is rarely observed, is the last living relative of an ancient group of whales long believed to be extinct. The findings, published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, try to explain why the enigmatic marine mammals look so different from any other living whale.”The living pygmy right whale is, if you like, a remnant, almost like a living fossil,” said Felix Marx, a paleontologist at the University of Otago in New Zealand. “It’s the last survivor of quite an ancient lineage that until now no one thought was around.”
The study offers opinions about how pygmy whales evolved and how these ancient “lost” whales lived. This is story-telling, not science. Pygmy Right Whales have not evolved. They look identical to their fossilized relatives.