Joined: Sep. 2002
That first one is the coloring book again. The second is an illustration of the fact that many (though not all) tetrapods have five 'fingers'. Someone upthread was right: Cornelius really doesn't know the difference between homoplasy and homology.
|How is it that similarities such as the pentadactyl pattern are such powerful evidence for evolution, in light of equala and greater levels of similarity in distant species, such as dsplayed in the marsupial and placental wolves? Please look at the very bottom here:|
PBS coloring book
Then look at here:
And then consider my question, and explain why similarities such as the pentadactyl pattern are such powerful evidence. (RBH: Fixed the raw urls to create links)
"There are only two ways we know of to make extremely complicated things, one is by engineering, and the other is evolution. And of the two, evolution will make the more complex." - Danny Hillis.