Birds Legs Says No Evolution – Creation Moments

Birds’ Unique Leg Structure Says No Evolution – From Creation Moments

“And God created … every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good.” (Genesis 1:21)

Countless television programs, museums, textbooks, and popular articles tell us that the birds evolved from dinosaurs. It now appears that this claim is even less credible!

Birds' Unique Leg Structure Says No Evolution

Researchers at Oregon State University have made a fundamental discovery about how birds breathe. Unlike land animals, birds have immovable thigh bones, and they walk and run by bending their knees. All land creatures can move both their thigh bone as well as bend their knees to walk and run. This included the dinosaurs and other theropods from which birds supposedly evolved.

Birds need twenty times as much oxygen as cold-blooded animals. To supply this need, birds are designed with unique lungs and supporting musculature. Researchers found that if birds had the usual muscle structures and could move their thighs, their high-performance lungs would collapse. Even the evolutionists at Oregon State University said that this makes it unlikely that birds evolved from dinosaurs, and they added that birds appear earlier in the fossil record than the theropods from which they supposedly evolved!

There are other transition problems associated with bird evolution that are seldom mentioned. For example, reptiles are cold-blooded and birds are warm-blooded; yet, this major transition has seemingly been overlooked.

Of course, the Bible has always taught that birds were specially made by God and did not evolve from any other creature.

Prayer:
Lord, You have designed all things well. Do not let Your people be fooled by those who deny Your works. Amen.
Notes:
Oregon State University (2009, June 9), “Discovery Raises New Doubts About Dinosaur -Bird Links.” Science Daily.
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