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One of the more famous so-called “evidences” for molecules-to-man evolution is the horse series. Some creationist believe that, following the Flood, today’s horses may have rapidly diversified within the horse kind that was represented on the Ark. However, this diversification within a “kind” does not provide evidence for particles-to-people evolution. Instead, it follows from the Bible-based teaching that animals reproduce according to their kind.
Drs. Cavanaugh, Wood, and Wise analyzed 19 fossil horse species. Their statistical analysis revealed that significant similarity exists among the fossils. They concluded that all nineteen species (including Hyracotherium, Epihippus, Orohippus, Anchitherium, Megahippus, Hypohippus, Merychipuus, Pliohippus, and Protohippus) belong to the same “horse kind.” They interpret this as a record of post-Flood diversification within the kind. (D. Cavanaugh, T. Wood (Ph.D., biochemistry), K. Wise (Ph.D., paleontology), “Fossil Equidae: A Monobaraminic, Stratomorphic Series,” Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Creationism, Creation Science Fellowship, 2003, pp. 143–153)
Przewalski’s horses, the last remaining wild horses, are genetically distinct from modern domestic horses and zebras but share a common horse ancestor.1