Symbiotic Cleaning Station

Symbiotic Cleaning Station

Have you ever heard of a fish having good hygiene? As fish roam the ocean seeking smaller fish and shrimp to eat, their mouths begin to accumulate food particles. These fish need a toothbrush, and off to the cleaning station they go! Cleaning stations are often set up...
Designed for Flight

Designed for Flight

What makes birds unique for flight?  Sparrows make flight look easy. As a sparrow darts among forest trees, it never touches the branches or leaves. That’s because its feathers are continually adjusting to the surroundings. Side winds are no problem; the feathers are...
Human Burial History

Human Burial History

Did you know humans have always buried their dead?  Even Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon Man (people alive shortly after the flood of Noah who found shelter within caves) buried their dead along with valuable tools and artifacts. This tells us two important things about...
Dinosaur Death Discoveries

Dinosaur Death Discoveries

Did you know we can learn a lot from the positioning of dinosaur bones?   It is common to find dinosaurs in the classic “dead dino posture“ with the head and neck arched back, tail extended and hind limbs bent. Many dinosaur skeletons have been found in this posture,...
Sweat Symbiosis

Sweat Symbiosis

Have you considered the purpose of sweat?  You’ve probably heard it cools the body, but did you know that scientists have discovered that sweating is beneficial in other ways? Sweat provides food for certain types of bacteria and fungi which live on our skin. Our skin...
Defensive Flight Maneuvers

Defensive Flight Maneuvers

What insect is designed for defensive flight?  A brightly colored butterfly would seem to be an easy lunch for birds because it flies so slowly. Its wings are not streamlined aerofoil wings like those of birds. Yet, researchers were amazed at the variety of flapping...

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