Mouse Pyramids

Jan 30, 2021 | Blog | 0 comments

Did you know the Sahara Desert holds a second great pyramid mystery?

Mice in the Sahara desert are found building stone pyramids in front of their burrows, but what exactly are they for? These mice pile up round stones forming small pyramid-like structures through which air can flow. As the sun rises, the moisture from the morning air condenses on the cool rocks allowing for the mice to lick off the water! This is how the desert mice stay hydrated.

This same anomaly occurs in a species of mice in Australia, but instead of small pyramids, they build pyramids up to three feet wide! God clearly knew that these mice would need a way to survive in these hot landscapes, so He built this essential knowledge into their DNA so they can survive!

(Source: Inspired Evidence – The Mystery of Mouse Pyramids, Creation Moments radio)

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