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The Blue Whale
Perhaps the largest creature God created, this denizen of the deep is awesome to behold.
by Jeffrey Dykes
Hybridization shaking up the evolutionary Tree of Life—what does it mean for creationists?
Hybridization occurs in the wild more than evolutionists thought. What does this mean for biblical creation?
by Jean K. Lightner
Tardigrades too tough for evolution
Sometimes scientists are so enthralled by the wonders of the nitty-gritty, they forget what’s really at issue.
by David Catchpoole
Walking ain’t easy
Robotics engineers trying to copy human bipedal locomotion have a long way to go
by David Catchpoole
Antibiotic resistance: Evolution in action?
Why are man-made pills increasingly ineffective in the battle against infections?
by Don Batten
The ‘water-walking’ lizard
The incredible basilisk has an amazing ability that allows it to skim across the water.
by Michael Eggleton
Bioluminescence—the light of living things
A chemical reaction allows a tiny creature to stand out in the dark.
by Martin Tampier
The wombat
To the first Europeans to settle in Australia, it looked like a badger. But the creature—a godsend to shipwrecked sailors—turned out to be something very different.
by David Catchpoole
The peacock spider
A tiny, amazing, colourful arachnid ‘struts’ around like the bird after which it is named.
by Michael Eggleton
Fish scales inspire flexible armoured gloves
Water dwellers have intricate design features that can be mimicked to help build better protective gear.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Evolutionists disagree on how evolution happens
There is more than one view among evolutionary researchers on how new biological structures arise.
by Shaun Doyle
Coral: The animal that acts like a plant, but is an active predator, and makes its own rocks for a house
The sea creature that makes so much of an impression, its effects can be seen from outer space.
by Rob Carter