reptile to bird evolution flaws
Evolutionists and mainstream scientists claim that reptiles somehow evolved into birds over millions of years. Despite a few similarities, there are many more differences between these two groups or kinds of animals. Both are vertebrates, both have scales on parts of their bodies, and both lay eggs with shells. However, these are the few similarities. The differences are much more pronounced. While both lay eggs, bird eggs have harder shells. Birds have feathers, unlike reptiles, along with wings and a beak, which reptiles do not have. Birds have some scales on their bodies, mainly their legs, but in smaller quantity and much smaller size of scales. The rest of the bird body is covered with feathers. Reptiles have scales all over their body and the scales are much larger sized. While all reptiles today are carnivores or meat-eating, some birds do not eat meat. These are strong differences between reptiles and birds. In addition, a fossil common ancestor has not been found in the fossil record, despite a few false attempts, namely the archaeopteryx. In other words, a fossil that represents a clear transition between reptiles and birds has not been found yet, despite supposedly millions of years of time passing by. Evolutionists claim that the few similarities along with millions of years of time are enough for birds to emerge in nature from reptiles. Creationists, however, believe in God's creation and design, and how birds were created on Day 5 of Creation Week. Bird fossils appear suddenly in the fossil record, just like all other fossil species fully formed with no transition fossils found from simpler forms. The many unique features of birds distinguish them from reptiles and other animals, which allows them to be classified as a special creation designed by God. The false interpretation of the evolutionists that all life must come from simpler life is not true. The groups and kinds of animals found on Earth today are part of a special creation during the Creation Week, as described in the first chapter of the Book of Genesis.