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Electric Stargazers

Electric Stargazers

Electric Stargazers are monster fish that uses multiple lures, ambush, venom, and electricity to hunt their prey.
Article
27 Dec, 2023
Coelacanth: transitional fossil?

Coelacanth: transitional fossil?

Coelacanths are not transitional fossils, and are consistent with biblical creation.
Article
28 Nov, 2022
Smaller fish to fry

Smaller fish to fry

Where have all the big fish gone?
Article
03 Nov, 2021
Where have all the big fish gone

Where have all the big fish gone

fish, Trinidadian guppy, natural selection, loss of fertility, size, fishing sustainability Selectively removing the largest Trinidadian guppies in lab tests resulted in fewer, smaller fish, with implications for commercial fish stocks in the wild.
Article
18 Nov, 2020
The Samurai Crab

The Samurai Crab

The Japanese samurai face on the Heike crab being designed by natural selection popularized by Carl Sagan’s Cosmos isn’t true.
Article
18 Feb, 2019
Ghostly coincidence in an unusual fish

Ghostly coincidence in an unusual fish

The black ghost knifefish of the Amazon.
Article
17 May, 2017
Teaching a fish to walk

Teaching a fish to walk

When scientists forced bichirs (Polypterus senegalus), a species of few lung-breathing fish, to live out of water, their pectoral fins strengthened.
Article
05 Dec, 2016
The fish in the bathtub

The fish in the bathtub

Does evolution only need time to work?
Article
30 Nov, 2016
No fish on noahs ark

No fish on noahs ark

Dealing with misconceptions that Noah took on the Ark sea creatures and that dinosaurs were too big for the Ark.
Article
23 Jul, 2016
Unique fish

Unique fish

How fish and other species get into unique ecological niches, and whether secular scientists do Carbon-14 dating on old wood samples they believe are millions of years old.
Article
15 Sep, 2013
Slow fish in China

Slow fish in China

A fossil fish in Cambrian strata in China now confirms that fish appear suddenly in the fossil record along with all the other kinds of animals.
Article
05 Jun, 2013
Tiktaalik finished

Tiktaalik finished

Tetrapod footprints found in Poland predate the famous fossil sea-to-land evolutionary sequence that includes Tiktaalik roseae
Article
26 Sep, 2011
The fish with \four eyes\ (Anableps)

The fish with \four eyes\ (Anableps)

The best explanation for Anableps is that it was created on Day 5 of Creation Week.
Article
01 Dec, 2010
Panderichthys—a fish with fingers?

Panderichthys—a fish with fingers?

Panderichthys, tatrapod ancestor?
Article
09 Dec, 2008
Submarines with fish fins?

Submarines with fish fins?

Article
19 Sep, 2007
Rare Australian fish has fins like hands

Rare Australian fish has fins like hands

‘Walking’ fish such as the Australian handfish are not transitional forms but living testimony of creation.
Article
18 Jun, 2007

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