Millions of Noses (Part 2 of 2) | Creation Moments Minute


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Millions of Noses (Part 2 of 2)

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, we take another look at the lobster’s amazing ability to smell and taste.

On a previous program, we pointed out that lobsters are superior to humans in the ability to smell and taste. In fact, their smell and taste is up to a million times more sensitive than ours. Lobsters actually use their sense of smell and abilities to create various chemicals as a means of communication. Both males and females who are ready to mate use scent signals to communicate their availability. They generate still other scent signals to communicate their readiness to move on to each new step in the courtship.

Those of us who believe that the lobster, like all other creatures, was created by God are not surprised to learn that lobsters show much more complexity than evolutionists ever expected. No living thing our Creator has made is either simple or ill‑equipped for life.

For Creation Moments Minute dot com, I’m Darren Marlar.

Ref: Ravven, Wallace. 1987. “Lobster Lust: Don Juans of the Deep.” Discover, Dec., p. 34.

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