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From Flood Geology
After the Flood, how did worm lizards spread around the world? Fossil evidence supports an idea long held by many Bible-believing scientists.
Twice each year, the sky is filled with birds seeking new grounds for feeding and nesting.
The worldwide distribution of animals, say critics, proves that there could never have been a global Flood or an Ark. Paul Taylor refutes this claim.
At least 75% of the species living on Madagascar are found nowhere else on earth.
This tiny, yet beautiful, insect can perform a migration flight of thousands of kilometres, navigating unerringly to reach a place it has never seen.
Fantastic as it seems, navigation by the stars is likely to be the case for some moths and other creatures.
Many have tried to lampoon God’s sober account of Noah’s world-wide Flood by asking how platypuses could travel from Mount Ararat to Australia.