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Creation Devotional October 21 - Biology

Daily Devotional – October 21

Biology

 

Have you considered how reindeer (caribou) survive in extremely cold climates? Sure, they are the only deer with fur on their noses, but they also eat moss! That’s right, moss. Most animals do not eat moss because it contains little nutritional value, and it is hard to digest. But moss contains a special chemical that keeps fluids (such as reindeer blood) from freezing inside the reindeer. You could say that eating moss is like adding antifreeze to the reindeer’s radiator - keeping these animals from freezing on the coldest of days. Do we say manmade antifreeze happened by accident and chance? Then, why would we say reindeer antifreeze happened by accident and chance?

 

Make known his deeds among the people. Sing unto him, sing psalms unto him: talk ye of all his wondrous works.

~ Psalm 105:1b-2

 

Source: "Pearls in Paradise" by authors Bruce Malone and Jule Von Vett

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