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Our Maker shows that He can create immense variety from one basic body design. Like living versions of the popular Transformers, the beetles’ basic body parts can be altered to serve radically different purposes.
Ants’ advanced communication abilities enable several species of ants to maintain complex social organizations. So complex are some of these societies that they have been dubbed superorganisms. Their sophisticated networking abilities point to the Great Communicator, Jesus Christ, who designed creation to reflect His attributes (Romans 1:20).
Bees are extremely important to us, though we tend to take them for granted. Indeed, nearly one-third of the food on our plates comes from plants pollinated by bees, and honey and beeswax are multi-billion-dollar industries.
The scorpion is a vivid reminder of the Curse and the deadly consequences of our sin against a holy and just God. Scorpions rank very high on the creep scale. With their large pincers on one end, a long, curving, stinging tail on the other, their intimidating ninja pose, and their frightening name, it’s no wonder they strike fear.
The insect world displays stunning variety from butterflies to ants to beetles to bees. This variety is not the result of evolution but of God’s creativity.
What’s fascinating about periodical cicadas is their sheer numbers and the mysterious timing of their emergence from hiding.
Research shows that bedbugs are still bedbugs. They don't demonstrate Darwinian evolution—they vary within their created kind to survive in a sin-cursed world.
Carpenter ant colonies evade zombie apocalypse because only the climbing dead become weapons of mass dispersion.
Germophobes beware: a new study suggests that all adults have face mites. But did they follow us through evolutionary history?
Our world is filled with the little monsters, and they can be pretty nasty.
The lowly sea snail, of all things, has a unique way of manufacturing armor from soft ingredients.
Scorpions appear armed to scare and kill. Are we supposed to be afraid, or is it just our imagination?
This remarkable spider shouts the wisdom of its Designer.
The Robber (or Coconut) Crab, Birgus latro, is not only the world’s largest land invertebrate, it’s also a thief that climbs trees at night and steals coconuts!
Earthworms are highly specialized creatures. They seem obviously designed for their important task of burrowing through soil.
At first glance, it looks like a caterpillar. However, on closer examination the external appearance is more like an annelid (earth) worm.
Without spiders, we would be literally suffocated out of existence, if not actually eaten alive, by all manner of bugs.