|A Migration Headache...for Evolutionists|
Birds, fish, whales, butterflies and frogs all have something in common. Hundreds of species of them migrate. They move from north to south, from east to west, up and down, back and forth. Golden plovers and Arctic terns navigate thousands of miles—from Arctic to Antarctica—twenty-two thousand miles round trip, in the case of the Arctic tern. They fly by day or by night, over featureless seas, oftentimes out of sight of land, and above cloud layers. HOW? When did the very first bird or other creature migrate? The migration of these creatures leaves evolutionists utterly lost—wandering endlessly in a sea of bewildered funk—totally confused.
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