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A floating island with growing trees and monkeys observed
How does this relate to Noah’s Flood?
by Michael J. Oard
Interface systems and continuous environmental tracking as a design model for symbiotic relationships
How might the biblical framework explain ecological symbiosis?
by Tom Hennigan, Randy Guliuzza, and Grace Lansdell
Galápagos finches, rapid speciation, and recent creation
Darwin’s finches have been a poster child for evolution for more than a century, but recent genetic analysis reveals God’s creative brilliance and how He created species to change over time.
by Robert Carter
The warrah—shrinking dates for the Falkland Islands wolf
Better explained in the biblical framework.
by Andrew Sibley
Egyptian mummies and Hebrew perfume
New discoveries at Saqqara, Egypt help shed light on ancient mummification practices, ancient chemistry, regional botany, and ancient global trade connections.
by Robert Carter
Wandering wolves
Could the reintroduction of wolves into an area they once roamed increase numbers of their prey?
by Lucien Tuinstra
Arthropod responses to the 1980 eruption of Mount St Helens—implications for Noahic Flood recovery
What can the response of arthropods to the 1980 eruption of Mount St Helens tell us about post-Flood ecological recovery?
by Keith H. Swenson
Kangaroos in India?
Rock art in India depicting kangaroos supports the Bible.
by Philip Robinson
The amazing bombardier beetle
God’s engineering marvel that inspired new spray system designs.
by Andy McIntosh
Fantastic far-reaching foxtrot
How an arctic fox’s far-reaching migration testifies to the post-Flood dispersion
by Philip Robinson
Phytogeography and zoogeography—rafting vs continental drift
Was it by rafting or continental drift?
by Dominic Statham
The tapir
‘Primitive’? A ‘hodge-podge of leftovers’? Or something else?
by David Catchpoole