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The Axolotl
The axolotl lives in water but has legs to walk on the bottom. Some evolutionists think this is a perfect ‘missing link’, but the facts give a quite different picture.
by Jeffrey Dykes
Is the famous fish-fossil finished?
Tiktaalik, the transitional star, faces an evolutionary dead-end
by Tas Walker
Noah did not take fish on the Ark!
And other misconceptions about Noah’s cargo.
by Jonathan Sarfati
How did fish and plants survive the Genesis Flood?
by Don Batten and Jonathan Sarfati
Gogonasus—a fish with human limbs?
As with all so-called ‘missing link’ finds, the difference between what the media tells us and real story is considerable.
by Daniel Anderson and Shaun Doyle
The fish with ‘four eyes’ (Anableps)
The best explanation for Anableps is that it was created on Day 5 of Creation Week.
by Russell Grigg
Slow fish in China
The fossil find in China now confirms that fish appear suddenly in the fossil record along with all the other kinds of animals.
by Tas Walker
The fish in the bathtub
Evolutionists have faith that a fish can evolve from water in a bathtub, given a billion years.
by Royal Truman
Smaller fish to fry
Dramatic reductions in fish size disappoint anglers and surprise many evolutionists
by David Catchpoole
Where have all the big fish gone?
If you’re a fisherman who reckons that fish are now smaller, and there are fewer of them around, you’re very likely right.
by David Catchpoole
Ghostly coincidence in an unusual fish
In the Amazon River there is a creature with ‘electric’ senses it uses both in attack and defense.
by Carl Wieland
Panderichthys—a fish with fingers?
What of the latest ‘missing link’ offered up for fish-to-tetrapod evolution?
by Shaun Doyle