The Tasmanian tiger (or Tasmanian wolf) demonstrates remarkable similarity to dogs. Evolutionists, however, cannot say that they received this similarity because of an ancestor because they are only distantly related according to their evolutionary tree (they are marsupials). 1
Convergence: A Problem for Evolution
When evolutionists try to draw their "tree" of related animals, they have a problem: not everything "fits." They must say that some things---even things that are extremely similar---evolved multiple times independently (called convergence). They say that eyes evolved 40-60 times independently. This is awkward for evolutionists to explain, but it makes much more sense for a creationist: God reuses good designs!
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