Whale Fossil Frustrates Evolutionists

One of the main ways of classifying whales is by their mouth gear. Toothed whales (porpoises and dolphins are classified with them), and baleen whales. Most of us know what teeth are, but baleen is not a word you hear overmuch when riding the trail. A baleen is a...well, how about if I have NOAA tell you:
Baleen whales were named for the long plates of baleen which hang in a row (like the teeth of a comb) from their upper jaws.  Baleen plates are strong and flexible; they are made of a protein similar to human fingernails.  Baleen plates are broad at the base (gumline) and taper into a fringe which forms a curtain or mat inside the whale's mouth.  Baleen whales strain huge volumes of ocean water through their baleen plates to capture food: tons of krill, other zooplankton, crustaceans, and small fish.
I think they explained it nicely, don't you? Let me add that toothed whales are hunters, baleen whales are filter feeders.

A whale fossil was discovered that disrupts the evolutionary timeline again. Evolutionists are making up stories to save their belief system.
Humpback whale breaching...the big splash is a-coming!
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Advocates of universal common ancestor evolution spin yarns quite frequently, and they have quite a tale about whales. Short form: life supposedly evolved in the sea, a fish flopped up on land and evolved into everything else, but something did an about face back to the sea and evolved into whales. We're supposed to believe this because people in lab coats said so, even though the passel of expected transitional fossils to justify the story are nonexistent.

A whale fossil was found that is out of place according to evolutionary reckoning. (Out-of-places fossils happen quite frequently. Here, they attempt to say it is a baleen with teeth, but different as well.) The fossil doesn't fit the timeline, so evolutionists use the scientific principle of Making Things Up™ since there is no evidence to support their story. That happens most of the time. Whales and everything else were created recently, which is an excellent explanation as to why evolutionists are continually frustrated.
According to the evolutionary mantra, whales evolved from a dog-like land creature. And as the whale of a tale goes, over millions of years the size of the evolving creatures grew and finally resulted in the largest animals ever seen on Earth—the baleen whales. At least that’s the way the myth went until a recent toothed (non-filter feeding) whale fossil was found. The creature’s immense size and alleged early evolutionary appearance befuddled the whole story.
Two evolutionists recently stated that Llanocetus denticrenatus, supposedly the second-oldest mysticete (baleen whale) known, lived around 34 million years ago.
To read the rest of the article and see why evolutionists are blubbering, click on "New Whale Fossil Harpoons Evolution". Tomorrow, we'll take a gander at how a modern whale troubles the standard fossilization tale.