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Guide to Animals

Guide to Animals
Guide to Animals
Item# BK-guide_animals


by Frank Sherwin

How do fish breathe and birds fly? Why do some animals migrate and others hibernate? And what happened to the dinosaurs and other extinct animals?

The animal kingdom is a massive and amazing part of God's wonderful creation. Whether they fly, swim, slither, gallop, or swing through trees, discover how the Lord created each animal to be unique and engineered for its own habitat.

Topics include:

• Creation of the Animals
• Are Humans Animals?
• Tigers—Big Cats, Small Numbers
• Animals on the Ark
• Designed for Flight
• Snakes—Limbless Land Animals
• Dinosaurs—“Terrible Lizards”
• Fossilized Animals
• Sharks—Vertebrates with No Bones
• Camouflage
• Extreme Habitats
• Horses—Animals Built for Work
• And special sections dedicated to dolphins, monkeys, penguins, dogs, cats…and many more!

Published: October 2013 by the Institute for Creation Research
120 Page Hardcover
ISBN-13: 9781935587361
Retail Price: 16.99

About the Author:
Frank Sherwin has a B.A. in Biology from Western State College in Colorado and an M.A. in Zoology from the University of Northern Colorado. Frank's specialty is parasitology. He discovered a new species of parasite, a nematode of the family Acuariidae. He published his research in the peer-reviewed Journal of Parasitology with the late Dr. G.D. Schmidt. Before coming to work for ICR, Frank taught Human Physiology & Anatomy, Medical Microbiology, Parasitology, General Biology I & II and Cell Biology for 9 years at Pensacola Christian College. He is a member of the American Society of Parasitologists and the Helminthological Society of Washington. He is currently a Research Associate, Senior Lecturer, and Science Writer for the Institute for Creation Research.


Creation Biology
Creation Biology is the study of biological processes and organisms, while operating under the assumption that God created life on Earth. The discipline is premised on the idea that God created a finite number of discrete created kinds or baramin. While these forms of life have the ability to vary and even undergo speciation, they cannot arise spontaneously from non-life, cannot interbreed outside of their kind, and cannot increase in genetic complexity.

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