The Mystery of the Frogfish
The frogfish is yet another strange creature for which those who believe in evolution can find no history. Not only do evolutionists admit that frogfish are not related by evolution to any other creature, but also they can find no relationship among 35 of the 41 known species of frogfish!
Frogfish live in many different shallow sea areas. They are called frogfish because they have a wide mouth and face like a frog. In addition, their front fins are on the ends of what appear to be very fat frog legs. Yet they also have a fleshy lure, suspended on sort of a pole coming out of their forehead, like the deep water angler fish. And like the angler, the frogfish uses this bait to lure lunch close to its mouth.
Like the platypus, the frogfish unites very different characteristics of several creatures into one unlikely but imaginative creation. Evolutionists are unable to imagine an evolutionary history for this creature. What's more, they cannot figure out how most of the 41 different species of frogfish they have designated might be related to one another.
The frogfish is a dramatic testimony to the fact that God has created all creatures according to His unlimited creativity, fully formed and so unique that sometimes evolutionists cannot even invent an evolutionary history for them.