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Another interesting fact is that Evo Sith are up to their usual tricks of saying a loss of features is evidence of the increasing complexity of evolution, such as the blind cave fish or elephants losing their tusks. (Sounds silly to me, too.) So, if it's a snake, and it lost legs, somehow, it becomes a transitional form? That'll be the day! They cannot find solid transitional forms because scum-to-snake evolution never happened. Lizards, snakes, stalkers (but I repeat myself), ponies, fish, people — they were created.
Last year  scientists reported discovery of a fossilized four-legged snake—the first ever found. Evolutionists disagree as to whether snakes evolved from marine lizards or legged terrestrial lizards, so this discovery weighs heavily on that debate. Hailed as a transitional form between modern snakes and their supposed terrestrial lizard ancestors, Tetrapodophis amplectus is now the subject of heated controversy.To read the resssssst of the article, click on "Four-Legged Snake Fails as a Transitional Form and Perhaps Even as a Snake".
Another group of scientists told a standing-room-only crowd at this year’s meeting of the Society for Vertebrate Paleontology that the little four-legged animal was just a lizard, not a snake in transition to leglessness. “Tetrapodophis doesn’t show any of those features that you would expect to see in a snake,” says Michael Caldwell, who led the newer study. Caldwell says, “Every single character that was identified in the original manuscript as being diagnostic of a snake was either not the case or not observable.”