Atheists, where did the fish in the Great Lakes come from?

You all say that million of years ago, a bunch of glaciers cruised through and dug gigantic holes in the area between Canada and the Midwestern united states. These holes eventually filled up with rain and became the Great Lakes. My question to you is, where did the fish come from? If they really just sort... show more You all say that million of years ago, a bunch of glaciers cruised through and dug gigantic holes in the area between Canada and the Midwestern united states. These holes eventually filled up with rain and became the Great Lakes.

My question to you is, where did the fish come from? If they really just sort of happened, how did the lakes get filled up with fish? When it rains here in my neck of the woods, we usually get some pretty big mud puddles, but those puddles never get filled up with fish.

Isn't it much more plausible to say that large holes formed during Noah's Flood, and that after the Flood waters went down, the holes remained filled up with water and voila, the Great Lakes? That would explain why the fish are there, because they would have already been there during the Flood. When the water went down, and the Lakes stayed there, the fish just stayed in the lakes.
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