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  • Partula snail on scale
    Detroit Zoo ships snails to Tahiti to repopulate endangered species
    In a statement released Tuesday, May 26, the Detroit Zoo announced that it had sent one-hundred land snails to Tahiti to repopulate their native habitat. The snails belong to a species, Partula nodosa, that had been extinct in the wild for more...
  • Dolphins
    Male dolphins form a bond for mating purposes
    In a researchby Dr. Quincy Gibson, assistant professor of Coastal Behavioral Biology from the University of North Florida, dolphins work together to have access to females for mating purposes.Instead of using a wingman, dolphins use a &ldquo...
  • Miller-Urey experiment diagram
    Miller-Urey experiment
    Advocates for the Grand Evolutionary Paradigm always cite the Miller-Urey experiment as proof of abiogenesis. In fact the Miller-Urey experiment shows everything wrong with origins science today, and with the creation-evolution debate. Those who...
  • Your sweat stink is contagious
    Your happy sweat could make those around you happier, new study says
    Your sweat stink is contagious. That is, your happy sweat can also make those around you happy. The Sun Daily reported April 19 that chemical compounds produced while people are happy can be detected by those who smell others’ sweat....
  • Taking a hike
    Enjoy a hike at Brooker Creek Preserve
    Tampa area residents looking for a quiet place totake a walk willenjoy the hiking trails andEnvironmental Education Center at Brooker Creek Preservein Tarpon Springs, Florida.The award-winningBrooker Creek Preserve Environmental Education...
  • Sea Turtles eating more plastic than  years ago
    Sea turtles eating more plastic than years ago
    Green sea turtles are swallowing plastic at twice the rate they did 25 years ago, a new Australian study has shown.The findings published in the journal ofConservation Biologyare based on data collected across the globe since the late 1980s and...
  • Black Smoker
    Abiogenesis: not so fast
    Evolutionists, since Darwin, have based their assumption of a God-less origin of life on abiogenesis. That is, they hold life began from non-life. Now a professor of physics thinks he can show, not exactly how that happened, but that the universe...
  • Why are cats' tongues so sandpapery?
    Why are cats' tongues so rough, like sandpaper?
    If you've ever had a cat lick you, you know how rough their tongues are. If your cat likes to wash you in one spot, over and over again, it can feel like she's trying to sand your skin off. By contrast, if you've ever had a dog lick...
  • Biologist shows pitcher plants have learned ant behavior
    Biologist shows pitcher plants have learned ant behavior
    At least one species of pitcher plant native to Borneo learned how to catch more ants by altering the time frame that the interior surface of the plant stays wet. The “learning” is a unique evolutionary adaptation that allows the pant...
  • Polydactycl cats and their extra toes
    Polydactyl cats: The reason some cats have extra toes
    Do you have a cat with extra toes, or know someone who does? Cats with extra toes are actually fairly common. Regular cats have five toes on their front paws, and four toes on their back paws, for a total of 18 toes. Cats with extra toes are known...
  • Many things to do at Brooker Creek Preserve
    A scenic hike at Brooker Creek Preserve
    Those looking for a quiet place to take a walk willenjoy the hiking trails andEnvironmental Education Center at Brooker Creek Preservein Tarpon Springs, Florida.The award-winningBrooker Creek Preserve Environmental Education Centerlies within...
  • DNA
    Google wants to store a copy of your DNA
    These days almost everyone is keeping their data on cloud storage platforms, from bank information to legal documents to family photos, but what about the basic biological building blocks of what makes you who you are? On Thursday it was reported...
  • Biology
    Study tips for biology students
    While there are some study tips which work for most any subject, it appears every discipline has some steps that, if followed, will make studying for that class less overwhelming.Biology expert, Regina Bailey, compiled a list of helpful biology...
  • Gilbert, Arizona biology book: No abortion to be included in school book
    Gilbert, Arizona biology book: No abortion? School board votes no, 2 book pages
    A Gilbert, Arizona biology book has been the source of considerable contention this week. The local school board has voted “no” on abortion being included in the resource; 2 pages from the biology textbook are going to be removed that...
  • Spiral Galaxy
    I know how God makes that tree grow
    “Evolution in nature is not inconsistent with the notion of creation, because evolution requires the creation of beings that evolve.” – Pope Francis, Bishop of Rome and Absolute Sovereign of the Vatican City State."God is...
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