There are six specific categories of life formed in the six?day account: 1. Plants in the sea, 2. Vegetation (plants and trees) on the land, 3. Life (fish) in the sea, 4. Birds over the earth, 5. Life (cattle, etc.) on the earth, 6. Man. The order of their listing in the six?day account is in the same specific chronological order of appearance determined by scientifically derived (evolutionary) evidence: O1. Sea-plants: Pre?Cambrian 531 million B.C. 2. Land vegetation: Mid?Silurian 365?380 million B.C. 3. Aquatic life: Devonian 255?316 million B.C. 4. Birds: Jurassic 131 million B.C. 5. Land life: Paleocene Epoch 50?60 million B.C. 6. Man: Late Tertiary Period 1?3 million B.C.
Under current knowledge Fish can be found as far back as the Cambrian and mammals precede the birds. The first true birds don't appear until the Cretaceous whereas the mammals are found in the Jurassic and possibly the Triassic. From The Ancestor's Tale
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Since Evolution is only ~90% correct it should be thrown out and replaced by Creation which has even a lower % of correctness. W T Young, 2008