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The golden plover

The golden plover

This bird must cross thousands of km of open ocean in a single flight—non-stop, because it can’t swim.
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08 Jul, 2024
Review: 'The Last Pillars of Darwinian Evolution Falsified'

Review: 'The Last Pillars of Darwinian Evolution Falsified'

A book review of The Last Pillars of Darwinian Evolution Falsified by Jerry Bergman.
Article
07 Jun, 2024
Dung beetle navigation

Dung beetle navigation

The humble beetle that can navigate by starlight
Article
27 May, 2024
Diving bell spider

Diving bell spider

The diving bell spider lives almost entirely underwater, building a bubble cave and breathing via an abdominal plastron.
Article
06 May, 2024
The not-so-ponderous pelican

The not-so-ponderous pelican

The average pelican can reach an average weight of 18 kg/40 lbs—a miracle they can get off the ground.
Article
22 Apr, 2024
The beautiful complexity of the human eye

The beautiful complexity of the human eye

Magnificent, complex, and hardworking, our sight helps us navigate our way through the world.
Article
01 Apr, 2024
Parametric design—evidence of creation

Parametric design—evidence of creation

Biological systems evince something akin to parametric design, which is evidence that they are designed rather than evolved.
Article
22 Mar, 2024
The Road Runner

The Road Runner

The roadrunner is aptly named, swift on the ground but sluggish in flight, built to hunt down on foot anything smaller than itself.
Article
22 Jan, 2024
Ecological symbiosis as interface systems

Ecological symbiosis as interface systems

God may have designed complex and adaptable interface systems into different creatures to facilitate ecological symbiosis and system functioning.
Article
10 Nov, 2023
The Fall and ecosystem function

The Fall and ecosystem function

Ecosystems functioned somewhat differently before the Fall, but there are biological mechanisms that could have transformed the world post-Fall.
Article
13 Oct, 2023
Severed slug’s slick survival system

Severed slug’s slick survival system

These incredible ‘solar-powered’ slugs can regrow almost their entire bodies after their heads are severed
Article
18 Sep, 2023
Dolphin's double beam sonar

Dolphin's double beam sonar

Josefin Starkhammar of Lund University discovered that dolphins use double sonar beam to narrow down prey’s location. Algorithm used to analyse this coul
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13 Sep, 2023
The wonderful, bizarre baobab tree

The wonderful, bizarre baobab tree

The wonderful, bizarre baobab tree is called ‘the tree of life’, and is the strangest tree on Earth
Article
28 Aug, 2023
Scallop mirror eye

Scallop mirror eye

Scallop mirror eyes like reflecting telescopes that form two images for central and peripheral vision
Article
09 Aug, 2023
The peacock tail

The peacock tail

Sexual selection fails to explain the beauty of the peacock tail.
Article
05 Aug, 2023
Microstructural architecture of feathers makes them tough

Microstructural architecture of feathers makes them tough

A closer look reveals staggering intricacy in the microstructural architecture of birds’ feathers.
Article
02 Aug, 2023

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