'Latent information'. If you mean things such as chickens containing deactivated genes for teeth this is because the distant ancestors of chickens had teeth. Certain events can reactivate these genes.
The epigenome can also reactivate dormant genetic information, but this should not be confused to mean that DNA was preprogramed by some agency for the benefit of the animals.
There is no such thing as a 'perfect' creature.
Giraffes do not use their long necks for want of food, they are actually instruments of war: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60SZ7Hk0wdQ
Females selecting which mates they breed with IS natural selection. They are not required to understand the process of natural selection for their choice of mate to have an influence, just as no tree understands why it is growing buttresses even though they stop it falling over.
There is no such thing as 'for the benefit of the species' selection- or at least if there is it is not significant. Genes act in the interest of copies of themselves and do not care whether this means a species divides in two.
You seriously need to understand the following terms.
You keep implying 'God' because you don't understand how the former three terms interact. In any case your ignorance about them would not be an argument in favour of divinity- because this is an 'appeal to ignorance fallacy'.
Lamarckian evolution would not suddenly be correct because you find a species of creature you don't know hot to explain with darwinian terms, so why should 'divine evolution' be treated in such a fashion? You gotta find your own specific supporting evidence.