From Bears to Whales: A Difficult Transition
Critics laughed, and he removed it from later editions, but Charles Darwin privately continued to believe that whales evolved from a “race of bears.”
Natural Selection Subtracts, It Doesn’t Add — And That Matters
In the wild, all organisms must live within their niche. There are no wild polar bears in Arizona, and no iguanas in Alaska.
New Scientist: Ichthyosaurs Evolved “Astonishingly Rapidly”
This is a case of evolutionary biology trying to explain away the data that otherwise was not directly expected under their model.
Fossil Friday: Sea Cows and the Abrupt Origin of Sirenia and Desmostylia
So, is every thing OK with Darwinism after all? No so fast. Actually, there are some problems that do not square well with a Darwinian scenario.
#6 Story of 2022: Megalodon and Intelligent Design in Sharks
Megalodon was a specialized apex predator and fed mainly on large baleen whales.