Similarities within embryos of different creatures are evidence of evolution – or are they?
Embryos don’t always look similar or follow paths of prior evolution, in fact:
“The embryonic development of so-called homologous structures is often different—and not just with respect to limbs.
As far back as 1894, the American embryologist Edmund Wilson wrote, “It is a familiar fact that parts which … are undoubtedly homologous, often differ widely … in [their] mode of formation.”3
Moreover, according to the late Spanish embryologist Dr. Pere Alberch, it is ‘the rule rather than the exception’ that homologous structures develop differently.4”
Read more about this here: https://creation.com/homology-made-simple