In case you missed it the first time, let me point you back to the first post on a series I'm writing on the misconceptions of evolution that float around out there. One of the most obvious misconceptions is the question that is used as a lame attempt to debunk evolution. If evolution is real, then why are there still monkeys? You can read my full, original post by clicking the link below, but to answer it very simply, there are still monkeys because man is not the offspring of monkey. They both evolved from a common ancestor.
Evolution Misconception #1 - Why Are There Still Monkeys?