The Correct One says:
Here's a link I found. It's rather lengthy, so I thought I would post
the link. I'm not sure whether or not all Creationists agree upon this
particular definition and examples.http://creationwiki.org/Created_kind
David: "why should the Hominidae "kind" include gorillas, chimps,
orangutangs but not humans?"
TCO: Because Creationists don't believe that humans share a common
ancestor with chimps, orangutans, and gorillas. They believe humans
are their own created kind.
David: But then you have a problem. You see, it may not appear to you
at a skimmed inspection, but a fox has less in common with a wolf than
a chimp has with a human, at the genetic, anatomical, morphological
and physiological levels. If you accept common descent for wolves and
foxes, only dogma is stopping you from accepting the same for chimps