how do you explain the evolution of the blue whale, if you are anti evolution?

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  • n8nrgmi
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    species to species evolution 

    "Fossil hunters have discovered the remains of the earliest ancestor of the modern whale: a small deer-like animal that waded in lagoons and munched on vegetation. ... In less than 10m years, the whale's ancestors completely transformed as they shifted from a four-legged life on land to a life in the ocean."

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    that fact always blows me away.  Mammals who walked back into the ocean.
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    --> @n8nrgmi
    And spaghetti grows on trees.
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    desperation lol
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    Earth is 71% water so more food area and honestly I think they made the right call up until the 18th/19th centuries. 
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    And spaghetti grows on trees.
    spaghetti grows on grass- wheat is a grass.
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    Earth is 71% water so more food area and honestly I think they made the right call up until the 18th/19th centuries. 
    The nineteenth century was rough on whales.