Are Ravens...Evolving?

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This is Ken Ham, editor of the popular book series The Answers Books for Kids

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Scientists have been collecting DNA samples from North American common ravens for two decades. Now, these ravens are split into three genetically distinct groups. But scientists are observing two of these groups melding back into one, as they interbreed. They’re calling this “reticulate” … or “backwards” evolution.

This surprised evolutionists, but it’s not a surprise to biblical creationists. Ravens are all part of the same created kind. These three lineages came from ravens off Noah’s Ark, a few thousand years ago. So seeing them interbreeding and “messing up” lineages—in a short time—it’s no big shock!

Yes, ravens were created according to their kind.

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