What does a giraffe, a crocodile and an elephant have in common?
Updated: Aug 14, 2019
What does a giraffe, a crocodile and an elephant have in common? Apparently a lot, because evolutionist believe that all life is related. (The Bible makes a very clear distinction between plants, animals and humans.)
How did one single celled organism evolve into a myriad of divers species? How/why did some evolve into plants, some animals and some human? How/why did some evolve into giraffes, some crocodiles and some elephants?
Evolutionist believe that by the process of gene mutations/natural selection we have the variety of species that we have today. For example, giraffes with long necks survived and giraffes with short necks did not (even though there is no proof of this in the fossil record and giraffes today typically eat food at shoulder length and below). I suppose elephants could survive without a long neck (because they could use their trunk) but how did crocodiles survive with a short neck and short legs? (The same way giraffes with short necks would have survived if they ever existed!)
How did the giraffe's heart evolve into an organ that could maintain a proper blood pressure pumping blood up to the brain (against gravity) when standing and down to the brain (with gravity) when drinking, without causing the giraffe to faint or the delicate brain to explode?
Better yet, how many giraffes had to die before the necessary circulatory system could evolve into what it is today? What does a giraffe, a crocodile and an elephant have in common? They are all the creation of God, as is every one of the myriad of diverse species we see today. Only God could design and create what we see around us. (Quite frankly, I think He was showing off a little when He did create everything!) And they (evolutionist) think that we are the stupid ones!
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