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When it comes to cleverness, you can’t beat these bird brains.
Some birds don’t know when to quit, like the great frigatebird. It’s uniquely designed to stay aloft for weeks without touching the ground.
When we think of birds, we think of flight. But it appears the Creator had other plans, too.
Twice each year, the sky is filled with birds seeking new grounds for feeding and nesting.
We often associate “common” with “ordinary.” But there’s nothing ordinary about pigeons.
The capabilities of these seafaring dive bombers are unmatched in the animal world.
A monarch’s development from caterpillar to adult and its incredible ability to migrate clearly display the Creator’s design.
So where did penguins come from? The Bible tells us in Genesis 1:20–22 that God created all sea creatures and birds on Day 5 of the Creation Week.
Donna O’Daniel has worked as a seabird biologist in a variety of remote places, including Madagascar.
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