Sunday, October 10, 2010
There seems to be a story such as this every few months. Biodiversity surveys of remote areas of our planet reveal thousands of new species every year. In this case, 200 new species were identified in research trips to Papua New Guinea. I can't help but think how these tiny frogs, rodents, and insects all managed to find their way to find refuge in Noah's Ark when they lived on an island in the Pacific Ocean, some 6000 miles from the ancient holy lands. Surely they would have all drowned in the flood.
Posted by Rubicon at 9:27 PM