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When they work together, these insignificant insects can accomplish significant things.
There’s more to a squirrel's mad dash to collect nuts than meets the eye.
If God is good, why are some creatures so bad?
How should young-earth creationists explain the formation of highly specific relationships between plants and insects?
This agile flyer scoots in and out of tight spots faster than any plane Boeing or Airbus ever dreamed of.
Next time you’re tempted to brush away a spider web, stop to consider the engineering required . . . and the Engineer behind the engineer.
Two marvels in one: a spider that loves vegetables and a master thief, adept at nabbing golden treasures from fiercely guarded repositories.
Horned lizards aren’t known for speed to avoid predators or venom to bring down threats. But these miniature dragons have tricks for desert survival.
Eastern box turtles can literally be “frozen alive” and emerge unharmed.
You don’t have to travel to Paris to see one of the world’s greatest cathedrals. If you look carefully, one may be walking around in your own backyard.
What’s fascinating about periodical cicadas is their sheer numbers and the mysterious timing of their emergence from hiding.
The bolas spider uses a droplet of strong adhesive on the end of a strand of silk to snag moths from midair.
The most diverse order of animals on the planet is by far the beetle order.
Scorpions appear armed to scare and kill. Are we supposed to be afraid, or is it just our imagination?
The life cycle of the Pilobolus fungus shows how our Creator can display beautiful design.
The forest is full of unseen wonders. Consider just one common type of fungus on the forest floor.
The Curse ushered in a brutal world of animals hunting and killing each other to survive.
Watch interviews with leading creationist biologists discussing their passion for understanding the Creator.
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