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Emperor penguins are among the world’s most recognizable and well-loved birds.
Scientists are learning more and more about the marvelous abilities of animals, which go far beyond physical design.
What if badges could change color in an explosion, giving doctors vital information about the severity of the shock?
The words “slug” and “festive display of color” don’t usually come to mind at the same time.
In all of God’s creation, the sloth has a unique claim to fame: the slowest mammal on the planet.
Scientists have long tried to understand how geckos can walk on walls and ceilings, even on smooth glass.
The next time you see a honeybee, take a moment to thank the Creator for His abundant provision through these amazing little creatures.
God has given the skunk the ability to live in a fallen world, by using a perfect defense mechanism.
From their nose to their feet, camels are perfectly suited to their desert environments.
People have always been fasciated with cats, including both house cats and tigers.
Let us take a closer look at Dan Brown’s popular novel, the soon-to-be-released movie of the same name, and their possible impact on the church and culture.
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