Almost everything in the wonderful construction of dragonflies cries out for a design explanation.
There have been a number of unexpected finds from dinosaurs besides bones; some paleontologists dig hopefully.
Contrary to the gradualistic expectations of Darwin’s theory, the distinct body plan of turtles appeared abruptly in the Late Triassic.
Far from being exceptions to the rule, species pairs, which have diverged very little over millions of years, are the rule.
These incongruent or homoplastic characters are a notorious problem for phylogenetics and contradict the evolutionary prediction of a nested hierarchy.