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The Animal that Confused Scientists (Part 2 of 2)

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, we will see what the colugo tells us about evolutionists and the Creator.

As we saw last time, the colugo is a mammal that glides, but it isn’t a bat. Based on this, scientists thought it might be a lemur with wings, so they classified the colugo as a primate. The strictly vegetarian colugo is not a lemur, however. So scientists decided to give the colugo its own classification – Dermoptera, meaning “skin wing.”

Scientists classify animals according to an imagined evolutionary history – the most popular school of thought today. This doesn’t prove evolution; it is simply arranging similar things together, just as kindergarten children do as they learn about different objects. But the colugo is such a testimony to God’s imaginative creativity that scientists have not been able to find anything that even remotely resembles this strange and wonderful creature.

For the Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

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