Kamouflage Katydids


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Not Always What They Seem (Kamouflage Katydids)

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, we look at creatures who can fool their enemies into thinking they are something else.

No creature was too small or unimportant when our Creator planned the details of His work.

The Kenyan bush cricket lives almost invisibly among the moss that commonly covers trees because it looks just like the moss. The Trinidadian katydid looks as if it might be a patch of blotchy fungus that grows on the same leaves it lives on. The Malaysian katydid, on the other hand, looks just like one of the veined leaves upon which it lives. The Malaysian tussock moth has transparent patches on its wings so it looks like a decayed section of the leaf upon which it lives.

We should see from these examples that He cares for each of us. His message of how He cares for you is in the Bible.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

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