Guide to God's Animals
How do fish breathe and birds fly? Why do some animals migrate and others hibernate? And what happened to the dinosaurs and other animals that are now extinct?
The animal kingdom is a massive and amazing part of God’s wonderful creation, with creatures that fly, swim, slither, gallop, swing through trees, and much more. In Guide to God’s Animals, you’ll explore…
- how animals eat, move, and survive
- special abilities they have for seeing, hearing, and smelling
- ways animals communicate and camouflage themselves
Discover the fascinating details of what makes each animal unique and how they are engineered to live in their own habitat.
About The Author: Frank Sherwin, science writer at Institute for Creation Research, has a bachelor’s degree from Western State College, Gunnison, Colorado, and a master’s in zoology from the University of Northern Colorado. He studied under the late Gerald D. Schmidt, one of the foremost parasitologists in America.
Publication Date: September 2015