Finches Stay … Finches
This is Ken Ham, inviting you to visit the Creation Museum in Northern Kentucky.

Open a high school biology textbook and you’ll probably find Darwin’s finches given as proof of evolution. And why? Well, there are different species of finches on the Galápagos Islands. Textbooks say finches, through natural selection and mutations, became different species with different sized beaks.

What evolutionists call natural selection is just a sorting out of the information already present in the DNA of finches. What were they? Finches. What are they? Finches. What will they be? Finches. This is not evolution.

The information for the variation in beak size was already present in the finch DNA.

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