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Your irresistible urge to snatch up that cute little puppy and hug it for all you’re worth isn’t just a feeling. It’s science.
Creationists get so focused on finding evidence of design in individual organisms that they overlook the bigger picture—design of the ecosystems.
Forests are nurseries of health and well-being. New discoveries are showing that this doesn’t happen by accident. The trees are working together.
By God’s unique design, the forest is already preparing for the next big catastrophe. From floods, forest fires, and volcanoes to insect swarms, ice storms, and clear-cutting, a devastating variety of environmental disasters threaten forests all over the world.
When winter arrives, this fox takes off his thin summer coat and puts on a luxurious new wardrobe just for the occasion.
The wild and woolly world of hybrids is setting evolutionary ideas back on their heels.
We marvel at birds in flight. But one kind of bird stands apart in its acrobatic talents, with a complex flight system unlike any other.
Beavers aren’t just great dam builders. They’re specially equipped to work in the water as God’s wetland engineers.
Gifted ant architects have built thriving cities on every continent—using every imaginable kind of material.
One reason rhinos rule the African plain has nothing to do with their horns or size.
Chameleons’ skin color can shift dramatically, and in just a few minutes their colors can revert back to the original. How do they do this?
The eruption of Mount St. Helens 35 years ago provided an amazing opportunity for scientists to study the effects of catastrophe.
High in the Andes, a furry member of the raccoon family has lived quietly for centuries without detection.
One reason ants are so successful is because of their ability to communicate with each other.
God designed “man’s best friend” to produce a vast array of types, each with a suite of traits just right for a special need.
Those pudgy pachyderms might look cute in the zoo, but don’t cross one in the wild.
Did the Creator foresee the biological resources we would need to help correct our mistakes, as we fulfill His command to “subdue the earth”?
The honey bee is a wonderful example of this intricate design and complex genetic information, the knowledge of which forever changed my life.
Skunks, like many other creatures, have design features which can help them to cope in a post-Fall world, after the Curse on all creation because of Adam's rebellion.
The drought had been rather severe that summer, and the normally moist woodland was dry and parched. Suddenly, out of the brush, a chunky bird was frantically searching the soil for earthworms.
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