Monday, 28 January 2013

Platypus – A Dilemma for Darwinism

Joel Kontinen

When European zoologists first saw a platypus, they thought they we witnessing a clever hoax.

The platypus is a mammal, but it has a duck’s beak and it lays eggs.

For evolutionists the platypus is a problem as it does not fit into their model. They have a hard time figuring how a water-loving animal could have evolved from a bird and a mammal.

In contrast, it fits nicely into the after its kind model introduced in Genesis.