The pharynx affords us the abilities to breathe and swallow, but it does much more. It affords the ability for speech, language, and singing.
Woodpeckers absorb 1200 to 1400 g shock driving their beaks into wood — but a shock absorbing skull doesn’t explain the absence of damage.
We’re constantly told that the design of the human larynx, trachea, and oral cavity is poor because it allows for choking on food.
Evolutionists put a lot of effort into studying the small questions while sweeping on to the grand fallacy.