CAPTION: A panoramic look at the new Natural Selection exhibit which opened at the Creation Museum on March 15, 2009.
CAPTION: A wall display on antibiotic resistance is part of the new natural selection exhibit at the Creation Museum.
CAPTION: Live blind cave fish swim inside this exhibit, illustrating how natural selection allows organisms to possess characteristics most favorable for a given environment.
CAPTION: Illustrations of evolution’s “Tree of Life,” and the Creation “Orchard” show the contrasting views of life’s origins — whether from a single organism or multiple created plant and animal kinds.
CAPTION: A selection of dog skulls is used to illustrate how Natural Selection explains changes of species within animal kinds.
CAPTION: An introduction to the new natural selection exhibit at the Creation Museum.
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