sea cucumber evolution or creation?
Belonging to the Echinoderm group just as the starfish and sea urchin, the sea cucumber is a marine animal with an elongated body with small tube feet. Found on the seafloor worldwide, the sea cucumber has thick skin and an endoskeleton or internal skeleton just below the skin while their bodies resemble the shape of a cucumber, hence the name. However the sea cucumber is a marine animal and not a plant as the only similarity is with the shape of the body. The sea cucumber can have a variety of different colors and patterns on its body. The sea cucumber does not have a brain but has a nervous system that sends nerve signals throughout the body. A water vascular system inside the body helps the sea cucumber move. The sea cucumber feeds on decaying organic matter on the seafloor and this helps clean the floor for other animals. Like the starfish, the sea cucumber can regenerate its body parts if removed. Sea cucumbers have tentacles that extend out from the body and the ends of these contain the mouth while the other end of the body contains the anus. Scientists classify sea cucumbers with the sea stars, sea urchins, and sand dollars but the shape is radically different between these animals and evolutionists have difficulty explaining the origin of this animal. Again, we see the unique design of God's creation and not millions of years of random chance evolution.