This line of argumentation only appears compelling to those who assume from that start that the core assumptions of the standard evolutionary model are true.
Is it reasonable that two populations would independently hit on an adaptation by chance?
Recently, a team of British paleontologists added a new pseudo-explanation.
Another study of bird migration using geolocators finds fascinating new facts about social interactions during long-distance flights.
One must separate beauty from mate choice in order to tell if animals recognize beauty.