Q: "A question for the Darwinians. If nature develops limbs and faculties in response to the demand, why isn't a Dutch hound provided with feed amidships?" —Grip, 1891.
A: Ask again once the Darwinists account for that pesky organism
that hasn't evolved for over 2 billion years (beyond desperately calling it the exception that proves the rule). (And don't bring up the horseshoe crab's 450-million recess from evolution.)