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God really does love everything He made. The Bible says He called it all “very good.”
Fireflies are a type of beetle that lights up the night sky with ease.
Imagine a bug as big as your hand. That’s the Hercules beetle.
Whirligig beetles like to swim in groups on the surface of ponds.
Nearly every place on earth has a wide assortment of these six-legged wonders.
Building a tower over 15 feet high takes some work—especially when you’re smaller than a fingernail!
Most bees don’t live in big, fancy hives like you sometimes see.
I’d love for you to come and visit—especially if you’re a nice, juicy, delicious bug.
Shy, gentle, and easy to care for—sound like the ideal pet?
Bees’ eyes are equipped with different kinds of receptors than humans.
Scientists have changed the genetic structure in some silkworms to make them produce stronger, more elastic silk. How did they do this?
The bombardier beetle has an incredible firing mechanism that shoots a toxic chemical at attackers with superb accuracy.
A recent study shows that bees can do the same work as computers in determining the shortest path when making multiple stops.
A team of scientists at Tel Aviv University have just discovered that the Oriental hornet’s body collects solar energy.
After closely studying the Bombardier beetle, a group of scientists has made some amazing discoveries.
This water spider is able to use air collected on its abdomen so that it can spend long periods of time underwater.
God designed the monarch butterfly with special instincts to help it survive in a fallen world.
Did bumblebees have stingers before Adam and Eve sinned?
Farmer ants grow fungi for food.
Seeing the amazing design of the jewel scarab beetle is like looking at a sign that reads, "Made By God!"
Fire ants can give a very painful sting to people. But if a dozen of them sting the small fence lizard, it can mean death in a single minute.
Insect design shows God’s amazing creativity.
Termites are tiny insects as little as 3-5 millimetres long, yet they perform some wonderful feats.
The damselfly is an amazing creature, created by our Great Creator God.
‘Look. Miss Wright! Look what Rachel’s got!’ An excited class trooped in one Monday morning. ‘Well, sit quietly first,’said Miss Wright. ‘Now, Rachel, what is it?’
Tom and Jenny go to a pond to play. While there, they catch a nymph and they learn a lesson about Jesus' return for His people.