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Dolphins Learn Tricks from Peers to Catch FishDolphins—like other cetaceans such as whales, wholphins, and porpoises—are highly intelligent marine mammals, capable of astonishing feats. A recent University of Leeds study, led by Sonja Wild, adds to what we humans have learned about what and how dolphins learn.1,2
Dolphins catch fish as prey by a mix of programmed instincts and learning.More...
Liberty and the Word of God“And I will walk at liberty: for I seek thy precepts” (Psalm 119:45).More...
The Powers of God
“I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.More...
Wandering Albatross: Wide Wings on the WindsWandering albatrosses have the largest wingspan of any living bird, so they live much of life soaring above the oceans. With their wings—and a lot of winds—it is no wonder that their use of wind-power would be studied by scientists, as a recent report illustrates.1,2 And, because albatross males are bigger, they need more wind.More...
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