Captured: Dolphin with 4 Fins.

Japanese fishermen captured a dolphin with an extra set of fins (shown in the pic on the left):

Japanese researchers said Sunday that a bottlenose dolphin captured last month has an extra set of fins that could be the remains of hind legs, a discovery that may provide further evidence that ocean-dwelling mammals once lived on land.


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Guys, its probably just, somewhat, a mutation. Like frogs can have extra legs? Lambs? Pigs have two noses? A snake with two heads?

But, so, they are working on evolution, eh? I thought they said that the whole evolution thing was frozen until 25 billion years, or so. Its a whole bunch of lies. If evolution is true, they would have proved the whole thing, not one thing out, by now. With all this technology!
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