We’ve all heard about “the five senses”—sight, taste, touch, smell, and hearing. But are there other ways to experience the world?
Meerkat clans were working together in southern Africa long before Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey came on the scene.
Some questions don’t ever seem to get resolved. What about the age-old question: "What came first, the chicken or the egg"?
Our bodies can do some pretty embarrassing things, and we can’t always stop them.
We rely on our sight more than any other sense to help us interpret the world.
Different parts of your skin sport different sensitivities to the world around you. If our skin were sensitive all over, we would be in big trouble.
Do fossils require millions of years to form? Hardly! Even secular geologists now recognize that rocks form very quickly.
The strength of a wolf pack isn’t its numbers or the fear it inspires.
You donʼt need to be an expert to appreciate the fine details that make this sleek machine run.
God designed your brain to fill in missing details on the fly . . . with some interesting consequences.
The cuttlefish finds new ways to blend into its surroundings in search of its next meal. Cuttlefish are so good at imitation that they can instantly into anything that researchers can think of.
Despite all our advances with human flight, we don’t come close to matching the wonder of birds and their feathered flight.
When modern evolutionary physicists begin to connect the dots with abstract ideas that can’t be tested, even they are alarmed.
Evolution is hard-pressed to explain this prickly little digger. That’s because the Creator made it like no other single animal.
How’d you like to think with your arms? Ask the smartest invertebrate on the planet!
Subzero water is a death trap for most animals. Icefish, on the other hand, make their home in it.
Water conceals little-known, life-saving secrets. One of them is its ability to resist burning!
It isn’t possible—nothing can die and come back to life! Well, technically that’s true, but many animals come very close. Get Answers!
The face of Neanderthal on the cover of this issue of Answers was sculpted and designed over a plaster cast of an actual Neanderthal skull.
The terror of the high seas, the Portuguese man-of-war is not a single animal but a colony working together.
Try some air pressure experiments.
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