Outside of Darwinian fantasy land, we lack any transitional fossils to document an assumed gradual evolutionary development of characteristic pterosaur wings.
We’re beginning to find out more about how animals that don’t really “think” much can keep track of numbers, when needed.
Is a sense of humor a byproduct, an accident, or was it installed on purpose? For better health? There definitely seems to be a purpose.
Coelacanths are considered to be “living fossils,” which do not sit well with Darwinian assumptions.
What’s remarkable is that this organ constitutes an analog-to-digital converter, as pressure waves (analog) are converted to electrical signals.