Taking the Bite out of Shark Evolution

We often hear about "consensus" among evolutionary scientists. Well, not really. There is often dispute or even a complete absence of explanations as to how a critter evolved. For example, the shark. Evolutionary scientists do not know how teeth evolved, let alone the evolution of shark teet. Or the jaws. Or the eyes. Or...

Evolutionists disagree on the alleged evolution of sharks because there is no evidence for it.
Credit: Freeimages / Tash Whiteley
As usual, creationists do not have to come up with amazing tales that do not hold water.
During a recent visit to Florida’s Clearwater Marine Aquarium, I peered into a tank containing a host of animals, including a sleek and formidable shark, and thought of evolutionist Theodosius Dobzhansky’s dictum “Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.” Let’s test this statement by taking a closer look at prominent evolutionary research on the shark—teeth to tail.
You can sink your teeth into "Shark Origins: An Evolutionary Explanation".