Prominent anti-Darwinian Charles Hodges once suggested that the vertebrate eye was too complex to have evolved by natural selection and therefore must have been “designed.” However, vertebrate eyes are poorly designed as compared to cephalopod eyes. In vertebrates, nerve fibers pass in front of the retina creating a blind spot, whereas nerves lie behind the retina in the superior cephalopod eye which does not have a blind spot. Sadly, the “intelligent designer” has failed us!
C. M. Kosemen - Portrait of Sinosaurus, a meat-eating dinosaur once thought to be a species of the Dilophosaurus, of the Jurassic Park fame. Later research revealed it to be quite a different beast, their crests were probably a case of convergent evolution.