The Weaverbird

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The Weaverbird

Is intelligence the thing that makes humans different than animals? Find out on today’s Creation Moment’s Minute.

 

Intelligence is found throughout the animal kingdom. Consider the weaverbird. The nest of the weaverbird is woven of strips of fiber and grass. Using beak and feet, the male uses loops and knots to weave its hanging nest. Then, the nest is inspected by a prospective mate. If she doesn’t like the nest’s construction, she turns down the hopeful male. The male then rebuilds the entire nest. Some males have been seen re-building their nest two dozen times before being accepted by a prospective mate.

Now, all this requires a certain level of intelligence. So it is not intelligence that sets man apart from the animal kingdom. No, it is the fact that our Creator made us to have eternal life with Him by accepting Christ in faith.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

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