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The carnivorous nature and suffering of animals

The carnivorous nature and suffering of animals

Carnivory must have begun after the Fall.
Article
29 Jun, 2024
Animal carnivory began at Fall

Animal carnivory began at Fall

How can Christians know if animals were carnivorous before Noahs Flood?
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22 Jun, 2024
Dung beetle navigation

Dung beetle navigation

The humble beetle that can navigate by starlight
Article
27 May, 2024
Diving bell spider

Diving bell spider

The diving bell spider lives almost entirely underwater, building a bubble cave and breathing via an abdominal plastron.
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06 May, 2024
How could Adam have named all the animals in a single day?

How could Adam have named all the animals in a single day?

How were animals named?
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24 Feb, 2024
The Road Runner

The Road Runner

The roadrunner is aptly named, swift on the ground but sluggish in flight, built to hunt down on foot anything smaller than itself.
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22 Jan, 2024
Electric Stargazers

Electric Stargazers

Electric Stargazers are monster fish that uses multiple lures, ambush, venom, and electricity to hunt their prey.
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27 Dec, 2023
Anolis lizard scuba divers

Anolis lizard scuba divers

Certain species of Anolis can stay submerged up to 18 minutes and can ‘rebreathe’ some of their own air
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20 Dec, 2023
Severed slug’s slick survival system

Severed slug’s slick survival system

These incredible ‘solar-powered’ slugs can regrow almost their entire bodies after their heads are severed
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18 Sep, 2023
Scallop mirror eye

Scallop mirror eye

Scallop mirror eyes like reflecting telescopes that form two images for central and peripheral vision
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09 Aug, 2023
Microstructural architecture of feathers makes them tough

Microstructural architecture of feathers makes them tough

A closer look reveals staggering intricacy in the microstructural architecture of birds’ feathers.
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02 Aug, 2023
A new star is born?

A new star is born?

A new brittle star has been discovered—but it’s identical to Jurassic fossils!
Article
17 Jul, 2023
Galapagos tortoises

Galapagos tortoises

Galápagos giant tortoises are an icon of Darwinism. But they merely refute the Lyellian fixity of species idea; natural selection and variation are part of the creation model
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12 Jul, 2023
Book review: 'Animal Algorithms' by Eric Cassell

Book review: 'Animal Algorithms' by Eric Cassell

A review of Animal Algorithms by Eric Cassell.
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07 Jul, 2023
Caterpillar wheel

Caterpillar wheel

The Pleuruptya ruralis caterpillar has a rapid escape strategy of curling itself into a wheel, and quickly rolling backwards.
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21 Jun, 2023
Dance of the web-weavers

Dance of the web-weavers

These awesome orb weaver spiders are good dancers—and master web architects, too
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19 Jun, 2023

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