My husband tells me I've been brain-washed from movies I've seen, but when I go out to visit our chickens, Carmin (our rooster) makes noises like I think dinosaurs would have made (based on the Jurassic Park movies). Sometimes it's kind of scary...... : ). Our chickens are probably very different from Jianianhualong Tengi. They don't use their feather as a sexual display, although they would use them to warm eggs in nests. Our chickens aren't very aerodynamic - probably from the way man has breed them to be the egg layers and food source that we use them for today.
Hung up on the idea that "we came from apes"? This simplified graphic helps explain it.http://www.ebaumsworld.com/images/explaining-evolution/82578502/
Our finger prune underwater - another remnant from our past. Check this website out - vestigial organs left from our past. http://io9.gizmodo.com/5829687/10-vestigial-traits-you-didnt-know-you-had
This is the best time line that shows the order of appearance of living things on Earth, beginning with one celled bacteria ~3mya. http://www.johnkyrk.com/evolution.html
Just as we learned about from Mosa Mack, the whale started on landed and eventually became an aquatic mammal in order to obtain more food. http://www.livescience.com/474-controversy-evolution-works.html
Video by Stated Clearly: shows the homologous structures, embryology, and the fossil record you all looked at with Mosa Mack. Would you believe that the closest living relative of the whale is the hippopotamus? They have similar ankle bones, nurse their young underwater and both have multi-chambered stomachs. Pretty neat! https://youtu.be/lIEoO5KdPvg