Two More Living Fossils Frustrate Evolutionists

There's a false claim by anti-creationists that the term living fossil was invented by creationists. Even if that were true, such a claim would be meaningless. But the fact is, it goes back to Charles Darwin his own self, and other non-creationists use it as well. You savvy? A "living fossil" is something that exists today and is essentially unchanged from those found in fossils alleged to be millions or billions of years old.

Living fossils are a problem for evolutionists. Here are two more to add to the list.
Chambered nautilus image credit: USFWS

Sure, evolutionists have excuses for that. One is that it didn't need to evolve. Right. Even though they claim that other creatures faced genetic mutations and environmental pressures that brought about evolution, but many things were unaffected? On one had, evolution is an irresistible force, but on the other hand, it doesn't happen. That's a policeman's exit (cop out). It seems that some people will come up with almost any excuse to deny the obvious: life was created recently, and evidence for dust-to-Darwinist evolution is nonexistent.

The chambered nautilus has been fished almost to extinction so people can sell their shells by the seashore and on eBay, among other things. But this critter shows no appreciable difference from its ancestors, except a loss of variability. Similarly, the extremely far-fetched story of turtle evolution has no fossil record support. In both cases, these living fossils (and others) add consternation for the hands at the Darwin Ranch.
According to Genesis 1:21, “God created great sea creatures and every living thing that moves, with which the waters abounded, according to their kind.” The creation of original, distinct creature kinds confronts the evolutionary teaching that animals can endlessly morph from one form to another. Recent news reports reveal two clear illustrations of sea creatures living and reproducing according to their kinds right from the start.

The stunningly beautiful chambered nautilus features its famous coiled and symmetrical shell. Deep-sea shell hunters overharvest the tentacled predators by setting baited traps, sometimes as deep as 2,000 feet below the surface of southwest Pacific Ocean waters. Fishermen apparently suffer no regulations as they supply a growing market for the alluring nautilus shells.
To keep reading and also get to the part about the turtles, click on "'Living Fossils' Point to Recent Creation".