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Beetles … nature's workaholics
You can find beetles in almost any habitat occupied by other insects, munching on anything from snails to dung!
by Paula Weston
Kamikaze caterpillars
Caterpillars that sign their own death warrant are a conundrum for evolution by natural selection
by Carl Wieland
Four-eyed spookfish has mirror eyes
Deep sea fish has unique mirror eye to see very faint light.
by Jonathan Sarfati
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
Liliger
What is a liliger? Why can all cats today interbreed? And why does the Bible teach rapid speciation?
by Joel Tay
Pigeons don’t fancy Darwin
Pigeon fanciers’ fancy pigeons fuelled Darwin’s flights of fancy
by David Catchpoole
‘Transitional form’ in mammal ear evolution—more cacophony
Does the Bible provide a better explanation of the ear morphology of this ‘transitional fossil’ than evolution?
by Shaun Doyle
Nazi child euthanasia and Hans Asperger
A new study shows that Hans Asperger actively assisted the Nazi eugenics policies.
by Russell Grigg
Dino-bird theory—a flight of fancy
The controversial theory with a long history of competing concepts that is no closer to being resolved than it was in Darwin’s day.
by Jerry Bergman and Philip Snow
Fawn among the flowers
Simply touching a baby deer could end its life.
by Dr Wolfgang Kuhn
Lizard losers (and winners)
Contrary to media hype, anole lizards on the Bahamas are not evolving
by David Catchpoole
The ‘water-walking’ lizard
The incredible basilisk has an amazing ability that allows it to skim across the water.
by Michael Eggleton