I've posted this in other threads before, but nobody ever seems to answer it. Scientists found a fossil of a fish called a Coelcanth that was 360 million years old. Scientists said that fish died out about 65 million years ago(same time as the dinosaurs.) Then suddenly a fisherman caught a Coelcanth and the fish had not changed in 360 million years. So if we are all constantly evolving...why didnt this fish evolve into something else? Why is it still here exactly the same. I mean 360 million years ago we humans supposedly evolved from Tetrapods. (coincidently a Coelcanth is a tetrapod) so why didnt the coelcanth evolve? I mean, if every living thing started 2 billion years ago as a cell with a nucleus, and everything evolved into what it is today suggests that we are always constantly in a state of evolution...so why didnt this fish evolve? I can only think of 2 answers. 1. The theory of Evolution isn't correct 2. The methods currently used to date ancient fossils do not work correctly. If you have any other theories, I'm open to listening.