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Essay: The transitional animal the flying pig?

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Please notice the large wing span which according to evolutionary scientists is said to have evolved over time in order to keep the flying pig aloft. Evolutionary "scientists" are not exactly sure what the flying pig looked like and the above animated picture is believed by evolutionists to be a close facsimile.

Do flying pigs really exist? Any evolutionist imagination involved?

Concerning pictures of the supposed ancestors of man featured in science journals and the news media, Boyce Rensberger wrote in the journal Science:

Unfortunately, the vast majority of artist's conceptions are based more on imagination than on evidence. But a handful of expert natural-history artists begin with the fossil bones of a hominid and work from there…. Much of the reconstruction, however, is guesswork. Bones say nothing about the fleshy parts of the nose, lips, or ears. Artists must create something between an ape and a human being; the older the specimen is said to be, the more apelike they make it.... Hairiness is a matter of pure conjecture.[1][2]

Are the transitional species flying pigs related to flying kitties

Flying pigs are believed by evolutionary "scientists" to be closely related to the flying kitties. For details on how evolutionary "scientists" arrive at their findings please see: You obviously don't understand how science works...

See also


  1. Frank Sherwin, M.A., "Human Evolution" An Update
  2. Bert Thompson, P.H.D. and Brad Harrub, P.H.D., 15 Answers to John Rennie and Scientific American's Nonsense