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Nature’s creatures do ‘impossible’ things
Water striders are strides ahead of robotics engineers, and fleas have the jump on them, too
by David Catchpoole
What were Adam’s and Eve’s blood types?
Since God made Eve from Adam’s rib, would their blood types be identical? So how do we explain different blood types now?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Bird of paradise flower pigment surprise
What’s an ‘animal-only’ pigment doing in plants?
by David Catchpoole
Capybara
Humans mostly find rodents repulsive, but lots of creatures love this one.
by Warren Nunn
The Cambrian explosion
The remarkable fossils found in the Cambrian rocks provide devastating evidence against Darwin’s theory.
by Dominic Statham
Spider decoys
These spiders are programmed to make larger duplicates of themselves and then animate them to scare and confuse predators.
by Calvin Smith
Catfish, big and small
The size variation in the catfish Order is extraordinary.
by David Catchpoole
Dead crocodiles downunder
Scientific experiments confirm that dead crocodiles need to be buried quickly in sediment to fossilize.
by Ron Neller
Nazi child euthanasia and Hans Asperger
A new study shows that Hans Asperger actively assisted the Nazi eugenics policies.
by Russell Grigg
The hummingbird: creation’s superhero
Evolution cannot explain the appearance of the first bird, but the awe-inspiring hummingbird baffles that idea beyond all reason.
by Scott Gillis
Mirror spider “like a disco ball”
God’s amazing creation is full of never-ending surprises
by David Catchpoole
Deadly plant’s flowers in amber deadly to evolution
Many people know that Strychnos plants contain strychnine, a deadly poison. The discovery of its flowers in amber is ‘deadly’ to evolution.
by Philip Bell and David Catchpoole