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Evolution is a very hilarious prospect because, on one hand, we have the idea that many animals evolved over time and especially so because of some extinction and the need to live-on BUT there is a huge void in this logic since most of the appearance of these new animals happened millions of years apart and this is a very important detail because how can any of these animal-varieties be direct evolutions of a previously extinct species and not appear days after or weeks after or even months after but millions of fucking years apart?. I would understand if “evolutions” occurred hours “after” an extinction, or days after an extinction, heck or even seconds after an extinction because by these circumstantial proximities you can reasonably make a direct link between the instances that are so tightly sequential for obvious reasons, but suggesting that some of these animals are “evolutions” from previously extinct animal kinds as a result of extinction that happened not months ago, days ago, weeks ago or second-apart but extinctions that actually happened millions of years apart, isn’t very realistic or substantiating.

I am not “shocked”; I’m on FIRE πŸ”₯ — context is the hottest thing out πŸ’―πŸ”₯πŸ˜‚

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