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The wily coyote—dogged by reputation, this coy ‘wolf’ continues to surprise
Does the reviled coyote deserve its reputation?
by David Catchpoole
The origin of flightless birds
Is flight an easy trait to lose?
by Michael J. Oard
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
The majestic gorilla
These clever, ingeniously-designed creatures point to the Creator.
by Lita Cosner and Robert Carter
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
Plants are ‘listening’!
Researchers discover pea seedling roots grow towards the sound of gurgling water.
by David Catchpoole
Kangaroos in India?
Rock art in India depicting kangaroos supports the Bible.
by Philip Robinson
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
Brilliant builder-bees!
Tetragonula carbonaria are stingless bees that build complex spiral brood combs. Scientists have likened these to crystals, but bees are far more complex than crystals.
by Gavin Cox
Fantastic far-reaching foxtrot
How an arctic fox’s far-reaching migration testifies to the post-Flood dispersion
by Philip Robinson
Unique yellow penguin sighted
Evolution in action or loss of information?
by Phil Robinson
Why bother feeding your children?
They say all it takes is the sun’s energy pouring in and you can get an increase in order and complexity.