Ida and Other “Missing Links”

Is “Ida” a missing link?

Isn’t the newly publicized Darwinius masillae a transitional life form?

According to the Institute for Creation Research, no. Ida has no transitional characteristics. She is an extinct form of monkey at best. Read their story at (besides, Ida has a tail. Apes do not have tails.)

What about other missing links?

There are also no missing links between fish and amphibians. No half-amphibian-half-reptile, no half-reptile-half bird (archaeoptryx is wishful thinking. It is all bird) no half-reptile-half mammal.
And we can no longer blame the scarcity of the fossil records. The fossils have been found. The book of Genesis was clearly right:

And God made the beast of the earth after his kind, and cattle after their kind, and every thing that creepeth upon the earth after his kind: and God saw that [it was] good. (Genesis 1:25 KJV)

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