Are Birds Evolving in Just Decades?

by Ken Ham on May 23, 2019

We constantly see headlines proclaiming the “rapid evolution” of one species or another. The latest one announced the so-called “rapid evolution” of bird species in the tropical island paradise of Hawaii. It’s happening so fast, they describe it as “a blistering pace” of evolution. But, like all the other supposed “rapid evolution” articles, there’s no evolution taking place—just changes based on the genetic diversity that likely already existed in the living thing.Shop Now

The popular article summarizing the research explains that non-native birds are replacing the now extinct species previously native to HawaiiKeeping reading here

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