What do mice and fruit flies have in common? On the surface, you'd not think much, but geneticists have discovered that some of their genes are practically identical. Discoveries like this are often touted as proof of evolution because the similar genes supposedly show that mice and fruit flies are related.
But evolutionary scientists did not predict this. Genetics professor Sean Caroll confessed, "No biologist had even the foggiest notion that such similarities could exist between genes of such different animals."
According to evolutionists, mice and fruit flies last shared a common ancestor over six hundred million years ago, therefore any common genes they possessed should have been scrambled beyond recognition by almost countless generations of mutations.
Different animals share similar genes, not because they are related, but because they had a common designer who used a similar blueprint to build the animal kingdom and that was not very long ago either.