You do realize, that during most of Darwin's life and for years afterward, there were no movies at all, let alone animated movies. The ToE was disseminated without the benefit of any CG characters or moving pictures of any kind! Amazing isn't it? So if we removed all the movies out there (and there are many, I'll grant you that) about evolution, all the youtube videos, even got rid of the internet and television and radio and all electronic media of any kind, we'd still have a very powerful medium that you and other creationist might want to check out sometime. They're called "books."
Now, these powerful and subversive objects, known as "books," have been around for centuries. You yourself probably are aware of one of these, it's called the Bible. Well, many people are even so afraid of books that they want to burn some of them, or prohibit their children from reading them.
That's because books are full of ideas, ideas that can pose powerful challenges to the mythology contained in the one book you're probably familiar with (the Bible). People are afraid that if their children get exposed to these alternate ideas, they will no longer believe that their parents' favorite book is true.
Now, to get back on track, does anyone have a definition for the word "kind?" Or will you just continue to tell me that scientists can't define the word "species?"
Here's a pretty good definition, from the dictionary:
spe⋅cies /ˈspiʃiz, -siz/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [spee-sheez, -seez] Show IPA Pronunciation
noun, plural -cies, adjective
Ã¢â‚¬â€œnoun 1. a class of individuals having some common characteristics or qualities; distinct sort or kind.
2. Biology. the major subdivision of a genus or subgenus, regarded as the basic category of biological classification, composed of related individuals that resemble one another, are able to breed among themselves, but are not able to breed with members of another species.
Sometimes, just like we would expect through evolution, two animals we think are different species are really the same species. For instance, I think it's fascinating that for all intents and purposes, dogs, wolves, and coyotes are the same species. Coyotes and wolves can and do produce fertile offspring, as do wolves and domesticated dogs. This shows me that these three "species" went their separate ways fairly recently.
Some other interesting facts are that lions and tigers can produce fertile offspring, while donkeys and horses can produce offspring that, while healthy, are infertile.
So really, Noah could have taken a pair of wolves on the ark, and from them could have developed coyotes and domestic dogs. Maybe he could have taken one pair of wild horses, and from them donkeys and zebras could have micro-evolved.
But even with these concessions, there would have had to be thousands of pairs of animals being husbanded by a mere handful of people. Sorry, but I remain quite skeptical and incredulous.
Oh, unless you want to invoke miracles, in which case, I got nothing.