Fish don't exist in biological classification - they're not a class like mammals or birds, just a random bunch from the Chordata phylum. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fis…
Apples, pears, cherries, peaches, raspberries, and strawberries all come from the same plant family, Rosaceae. In biological classification, felines are also a family. Raspberries are as close to apples as cats are to lions. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ros…
Although we correct people by saying, "Humans didn't come from monkeys, we share a common ancestor," under more modern biological classification, we could be considered monkeys right now. youtube.com/watch?v=4A-dM…
Early Christians Didn't Believe That The Genesis Account Of Creation Was Literally True; That Only Started Happening In The 1500's

"Developments before Darwin's theory

In later editions of the book, Darwin traced evolutionary ideas as far back as Aristotle; the text he cites is a summary by Aristotle of the ideas of the earlier Greek philosopher Empedocles. Early Christian Church Fathers and Medieval European scholars interpreted the Genesis creation myth allegorically rather than as a literal historical account; organisms were described by their mythological and heraldic significance as well as by their physical form. Nature was widely believed to be unstable and capricious, with monstrous births from union between species, and spontaneous generation of life.

The Protestant Reformation inspired a literal interpretation of the Bible, with concepts of creation that conflicted with the findings of an emerging science seeking explanations congruent with the mechanical philosophy of RenΓ© Descartes and the empiricism of the Baconian method. After the turmoil of the English Civil War, the Royal Society wanted to show

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Dolphins are actually small whales seaworld.com/orlando/blog…
40% of the genetic information found in our GI Tract doesn't fit anything ever classified before. Biologists call it "Biological Dark Matter". ted.com/talks/nathan_wolf…

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