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Creation-based conservation for the Red Panda
Can creation-based conservation provide a better solutions than evolution-based attempts?
by Matthew Cserhati
Does Leviticus 19:19 prohibit the cross-breeding of horses and donkeys?
Does Leviticus 19:19 prohibit the cross-breeding of horses and donkeys?
by Joel Tay
Hierarchical clustering in dinosaur baraminology studies
Baraminology studies need adjustment to properly reflect the biblical distinction between flying animals like Archaeopteryx and land animals like dinosaurs.
by Matthew Cserhati, Brian Thomas, and Joel Tay
Startling Sturddlefish
Sturddlefish or paddlegeon: inter-family hybridization between sturgeon and paddlefish and created kinds.
by Jonathan Sarfati
How do we account for so many species of beetles if Noah’s Flood was only 4,500 years ago?
How do we account for so many species of beetles if Noah’s Flood was only 4,500 years ago?
by Joel Tay
An amazing desert trio
After the Flood, numerous animals adapted to special environments. Let’s look at how some special animals, the sandcat, fennec fox and mulgara adapted to the desert heat!
by Matthew Cserhati
Kiwi conservation conundrum
Does evolution hinder conservation efforts for the kiwi?
by Mark James
Species were designed to change, part 3
Not only can species change over time, but they can merge and split as well. This can be described with the ‘braided baramin’ concept.
by Robert Carter
Species were designed to change, part 2
Where do species come from? How much change is allowed? If species change, what separates creation from evolution?
by Robert Carter
Do lizards and snakes form separate apobaramins?
Are lizards and snakes a part of the same biblical ‘kind’?
by Matthew Cserhati
Polka-dotted zebra
A new species in the making?
by David Catchpoole
Baraminology suggests cryptic relationships among Caprimulgiformes
Is the bird order Caprimulgiformes a single created kind?
by Matthew Cserhati and Jon Ahlquist