Friday, October 01, 2010

Extinct Species Were Not Extinct, Only Hard To Find

Like I have said, scientists can't prove an animal is extinct, unless they cover every area of the world, look under every bush, etc. But they will, in their elitist mentality, deem all kinds of species near extinct, thus making their habitate hands off. Putting an animal on the "extinct list" is cause for mourning by these pagans. Turns out, they are wrong. Again.

As The Mail reports:

"A study has found that a third of all mammal species declared extinct in the past few centuries have turned up alive and well.

Some of the more reclusive creatures managed to hide from sight for 80 years only to reappear within four years of being officially named extinct in the wild."

You might consider that these "scientists" prove they don't believe in Evolution's most fundamental theory: survival of the fittest. Maybe they will now.


1 comment:

terriergal said...

Well when they don't allow anyone to go INTO so many of these wild areas lest we pollute them, how can they actually declare *anything* to be extinct?