April 30, 2005 

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Q: Can giant sea bass change gender?

A: Sounds unbelievable, but it’s true!

One of the examples is the giant sea bass found in the oceans. From the time they hatch till they reach about 300 pounds, they’re males. Then they start to undergo a transformation. By the time they reach about 400 pounds, they become females and remain that way till they die. Other fish do this as well.

Evolutionist Quote of the Week

“The secrets of evolution are time and death. Time for the slow accumulations of favorable mutations, and death to make room for new species.”

– Carl Sagan, Cosmos, program “One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue.”

This presents an impossible challenge for the evolutionists to explain. Were all of the first ones that evolved males? What made them change gender? If there were no females at first till they all reached a certain size, how did they reproduce? These are just some of the questions about the giant sea bass that the evolutionists can’t answer.

When we turn to the Bible, we read that God created all of the fish—and things that swim in the seas—on Day 5 of creation. Therefore, we’d say that they were wonderfully designed to undergo this unusual change right from their first appearance on the earth.

Recommended resources:

Incredible Creatures That Defy Evolution, Volume 1
Incredible Creatures That Defy Evolution, Volume 1
Incredible Creatures That Defy Evolution, Volume 2
Incredible Creatures That Defy Evolution, Volume 2
Incredible Creatures That Defy Evolution, Volume 3
Incredible Creatures That Defy Evolution, Volume 3
Special Wonders of the Sea World
Special Wonders of the Sea World

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This week on www.AnswersInGenesis.org …

April 23: Dugongs: “sirens” of the sea
April 25: Of mice and men—and the monsters in-between
April 26: From “fish to Gish” … to a fond wish
April 27: Walking whales, nested hierarchies, and chimeras: do they exist?
April 28: In Six Days Testimony #19: Nancy M. Darrall, botany
April 29: Creationists use “lowbrow” tactics?


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