Check out the amazing reproductive system of the Arum lily. On today’s Creation Moments Minute.
Arum lilies attracts beetles and flies. When an insect lands on a flower, he slides down a slick, oil-coated surface into a chamber filled with small hairs. Imprisoned, he finds a sweet sap that makes good eating. While he is gorging himself and getting sticky in the process, the male part of the flower showers him with pollen. The next day, the sticky, pollen-coated insect finds that the doors to his prison are open. So he flies off to another flower to unwittingly deliver his load of pollen!
It certainly doesn’t sound very scientific to say that nobody designed and made this complex arrangement. As we learn more about these arrangements in nature, it becomes even more clear that an all-wise Creator designed these beautiful, symbiotic relationships between different members of the living kingdom.
For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.
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