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We have been studying Marine Mammals for the last several weeks. This includes Manatees, Whales, and Dolphins. We have been learning so many wonderful things about these majestic creatures. The Blue Whale is the largest creature in the entire World (it's even bigger than any dinosaur that ever lived). So how is it possible that this creature could have evolved from a land dwelling animal?
One fabulous resource that I recently received from Master Books is called "If Animals Could Talk." Dr. Werner Gitt is the author and shares some fabulous facts about Creation and animals from an animals view. It just so happens that there is an entire chapter entitled "Fountains For Fingerprints" which gives some great information Creation and Whales.
With this book I was able to provide my children with the facts that prove Whales were given special capabilities and special characteristics by our Creator that you won't find anywhere else in the animal Kingdom. They did not evolve from a creature with legs like many science books claim.
|I captured this photo of Maris one of the Beluga that lives at GA Aquarium. She was pregnant in this photo and gave birth May 18, 2012. Sadly the baby died a few days later due to a complicated birth.|
**Continue reading the rest of this post here and don't forget to join Wildlife Wednedsay on Creation Conversations to download your FREE Whale resources like the copywork page I created below.
Don't forget about the ongoing link up where you will be able to link your creation exploration posts to share with others. It will become another avenue full of resources and ideas to enrich your homeschool.
Copy and paste the Wildlife Wednesday badge and place it in the post you are linking up or on your sidebar. Text links are fine to include in your post as well use this permalink: http://www.creationconversations.com/group/wildlife-wednesdays. Posts that are linked up may be pined to Pinterest. Please make sure you post the direct URL and not the URL to your homepage.
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And don't forget to enter the GIVEAWAY on the Wildlife Wednesdays Group page. We will be giving away a copy of the fabulous book mentioned in this post.
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