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Published on Oct 7, 2010
Part III of the 'Falsifying Phylogeny' series; This one explains how one must first address the indications of evolutionary phylogeny rather than ignoring all aspects of common ancestry altogether, (as Ray Comfort did) and instead proposing some weird straw-man parody of evolution in which no ancestry of any kind is even involved. ~ Here is the list of examples used in the Carnivora skulls image: (1) St. Bernard (2) Collie (3) Boston terrier (4) maned wolf
(5) Asian palm civet (6) Arctic fox (7) bull terrier (8) chow chow (9) spotted hyena (10) badger (11) lion (12) black-backed jackal (13) Coatimundi (14) lycaon (15) American black bear (16) Great Dane
(17) raccoon dog (18) California sea lion (19) Chihuahua (20) dire wolf