Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Australian Marsupials – Intelligently Designed to Cope in Harsh Environments

Joel Kontinen

Some of them (for instance, koalas) prefer the trees. Some others (kangaroos and wallabies) will rather stay on the ground when they’re not jumping. All of them have adapted well to their hot environment.

Conditions after the Fall and the Flood are challenging but God created animals with the ability to afapt to very different kinds of environments.

Australian marsupials have been programmed to thrive in harsh, hot conditions.