This isn’t really a question but if there are evolutionary biologists out there feel free to fight my ignorance.
Evolution can achieve amazing things over millions of years. I can understand how evolution led to things like eyes, ears, digestive tracts, bipeds, five fingers, venom, wings, and so forth.
There are two things, however, that blow my mind:
Evolving the ability of an organism to heal itself. I can understand how certain structures and chemical processes may have arisen but the idea that if you get damaged, it will heal (within certain constraints) seems like an impossibly complex feature.
Evolving the ability to learn. Similar to healing, this isn’t just structures but the continued development of an organism within its life span. Humans developed the ability to continue to learn new facts, behaviors, and skills throughout their lifetimes, and nearly all other animals seem to have this ability to some degree or another. The idea of evolving a brain that can learn is stunning, made even more so by our meager ability to replicate it artificially.
It’s enough to make me believe in intelligent design…nah.