Natural history museums promote the idea that whales evolved from any number of possible mammal ancestors. This list includes bears, mesonychids, hyena-like creatures, hippo-like creatures, cat-like creatures, wolf-like creatures, deer-like creatures, and lion-like creatures. Over the years, evolutionists have proposed four different mammal orders as the possible starting place for whales. The supposed chain of whale evolution includes many creatures, such as Artiodactyl, Pakicetus, Rodhocetus, Dorudon, and others. Does this theory align with the evidence, or does the biblical explanation better fit the data?