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In the book of Genesis, God made all the animals, plants, and other living things. However, he did not necessarily make all the species. Instead, he made all the kinds.
People like to group things together. In fact, Adam was the first person to organize things. In the Garden of Eden, one of the first things we are told he did was name the animals.
Polish Mute Swans are a color variant of the mute swan. They get their name from being quieter than other swans and from being introduced to England from Poland.
The green anaconda is a large, constricting snake native to South America, mostly the Amazon River basin.
We expect people to be kind to one another. It’s part of having a conscience. However, when animals look out for each other, scientists start paying attention.
The tripod fish is clearly designed to live where it lives. Evolutionists have not come up with a good way to explain this.
Killifish are common in the pet trade and come in varying sizes and colors. Did you know they are also strong evidence for God’s original design for the world?
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