A live specimen of Heliconius heurippa resulting from the mating of H. cydno and H. melpomene.
Such articles reported a study in Nature,2 which claimed that a new South American butterfly (Heliconius heurippa) had been successfully created.
Consider this: Scientists have used time and money to produce this hybrid in a lab. This hybrid required intelligence, not the chance actions seen in nature. In addition, scientists simply produced a butterfly by interbreeding two butterflies; such hybridization is just variation within the butterfly kind and is in accord with the creation model. Lastly, this is not evolution in a progressive sense because no new genetic information has been produced in the process.
This example fails to fly for the evolutionary belief system.