Bombardier Beetle | The Institute for Creation Research

Bombardier Beetle

Imagine a hungry frog chasing a delicious beetle. As the frog shoots out its sticky tongue to capture the prey, an explosion occurs that stuns the predator. Have you heard of this famous beetle? Learn about God’s remarkable design in the complex body of the bombardier beetle.

 

Other episodes in this series:

The Amazing Human Body

DNA

Spiders

From Big to Small, God Made It All

                  
 

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