Our ‘backwardly-wired’ retina is an ideal structure to optimize colour vision. …read more Source: creation.com     
Tardigrades, also known as water bears, are smaller than a millimeter, live in water, and can endure all kinds of harsh environments. A recent research project found that asteroid impacts and nearby supernovae and gamma-ray bursts would wreck humanity but leave tardigrades unscathed. Does this mean we should expect to find tardigrade-like life on other planets and moons? More… …read more Source: icr.org     
When creatures work together to help one other, it defies evolutionary predictions. …read more Source: creation.com     
By Troy Lacey A study published in May in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B hypothesized how and when baleen whales grew so large. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
Sir David Attenborough and Charles Darwin were both mistaken in their evaluation of the animals of the Galápagos as evidence for evolution. …read more Source: creation.com     
By Karin Viet An elephant’s trunk is like a built-in multi-purpose tool. Weighing in at roughly 300 to 400 pounds, the trunk is no lightweight piece of equipment. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
By Dr. Nathaniel T. Jeanson BioLogos has engaged in systematic scientific error on one of their “evidences” for evolution, and they have misrepresented the arguments for several years. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
By Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell We’ve all heard that, compared to mammalian animals like dogs, humans have a poor sense of smell. Did you know that this notion is a 19th century myth? …read more Source: AIG Daily     
By Karin Viet The gecko is designed to climb. Scientists had to magnify the gecko’s foot thousands of times to find out its secret to defying gravity. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
The giant conch shell has been hailed by evolutionists as ‘one of nature’s greatest engineering masterpieces’. What makes it so special? …read more Source: creation.com     
By Frank Sherwin We read in Genesis 1:31 that God made everything “very good.” If everything that God made was good, where did Giardia come from? …read more Source: AIG Daily     
By Karin Viet As the only true flying mammals, bats are well equipped for the hunt. Their wings can maneuver nimbly to abruptly change directions and carry them swiftly. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
By Dr. David Menton Evolutionists insist that the underlying similarity of all animals, including man, is compelling evidence for their evolution from a common ancestor. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
How human-like were Neanderthals? Apparently human enough to try some dentistry, but it didn’t work too well. University of Kansas anthropologist David Frayer led a study of a Neanderthal’s teeth. He told KU News, “It was an interesting connection or collection of phenomena that fit together in a way that we would expect a modern human to do.” More… …read more Source: icr.org     
By Avery Foley A new study has shown that it’s not just newborns that prefer faces. Unborn babies in the third trimester of pregnancy show this same affinity for faces. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
This commonly asked question has wider implications when the origin of life is considered. …read more Source: creation.com     
By Karin Viet The giraffe strolls on stilt-like legs, and its neck parades high in the sky. But the giraffe is no comic freak of nature. It displays divine design. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
By Ken Ham The more we study God’s creation, the more we realize how complex and beautifully designed it is. I was reminded of this truth when I learned about how the drab brown or pearly scales of the juvenile ocellated lizard change to a green and black adult lizard “using a computer-like process,” about God’s marvelous design in nature, especially in reptiles. Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,Ken This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team. …read more Source: Ken Ham AIG     
Asphalt volcanos really do exist on the ocean floor. They ooze natural gas, oil, and the same type of black glop we use for road pavement. Unique sea creatures team up to eat these petroleum products. Asphalt volcanos and their inhabitants inspire a few good creation questions, such as how could any living thing live off natural gas? More… …read more Source: icr.org     
By Dr. Nathaniel T. Jeanson Venema claims that the published, comprehensive genetic comparisons between humans and chimpanzees reveal a genetic identity of 95–98%. …read more Source: AIG Daily     
Bugs in the deep help you to breathe deeply. …read more Source: creation.com     
By Dr. Nathaniel T. Jeanson In our series, we’ve discovered ample support that evolutionists fit facts to conclusions. In this article, we’ll continue to explore whether it is true. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
By Karin Viet What is the largest animal of all time—even larger than the most massive dinosaurs? The answer is the blue whale. …read more Read more here: AIG Daily     
Animals used to be vegetarian, and they will be again. Should we feed animals a vegetarian diet now? …read more Read more here: creation.com     
It’s true that cats have an uncanny ability to land on their feet. But that doesn’t make them invulnerable. …read more Source: creation.com     
By Dr. Nathaniel T. Jeanson In this post, we begin exploring Venema’s evidences in chapter two of Adam and the Genome, titled “Genomes as Language, Genomes as Books.” …read more Source: AIG Daily     
In June, 2017, thousands of scientists from around the world attended the 65th Annual Conference of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry in Indianapolis. One of the thousands of research projects on display at this year’s conference compared portable man-made sniffers to dog noses. Whose design won? More… …read more Source: icr.org