Researchers in India have discovered a lizard without limbs, and it looks virtually identical to a snake.
This undated handout photo, provided by Indian zoologist Sushi Kumar Dutta, shows a new species of limbless lizard belonging to the genus Sepsophis,
found in the forested region of Khandadhar.
Researchers in India have discovered a lizard without limbs, and it looks virtually
identical to a snake. Is this evolution in action, or is there another, better
Secular scientists often cite such creatures as examples of evolution being
witnessed today. In the creationist view, however, such a change does not have
anything to do with the upward progression (molecules-to-man) required by evolution.
A simple mutation could explain this feature.
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