This is a question I met in the course of preparing for my future exam: The evidence for evolution can be obtained from the following except A. fossil B. anatomy C. history D. embryology E. taxonomy. From the option A-E, I know that fossil record, comparative anatomy and embryology are good evidence of evolution. Am stuck between taxonomy and history. Taxonomy has to do with the scientific process of classifying things especially plant and animal (arranging them into groups). I don't know how that (taxonomy) can be handy in this. History is worth considering becuase it has to do with the record of past events. If you think about the history of man right from the homohablis stage through homoerectus down to the present homosapiens stage and including the stone age (dark ages) you may see how handy history is to this question. With the above reasons, I take it that taxonomy has no help to this question. Therefore option E. should be the most suitable answer since the question requires from the multiple choices one that is not an evidence of evolution. Now to you viewing this thread, I want you to look at this question critically and tell me your mind. What do you think? Is E truely the correct answer to the question as I thought or absolutely wrong? You can make citations if necessary and give useful link or links as well.