Saturday, 10 October 2015

Savannah Cat: A Hybrid That Shows Genesis Principle Is Reliable

A savannah cat. Image courtesy of Jason Douglas, Public domain.

Joel Kontinen

Hybrids, or descendants of animals belonging to different species, are intriguing in the sense that they corroborate the Genesis After Its Kind principle.

Often they have to do with animals that are artificially categorised into different species but belong to the same Genesis kind.

A rather common example is the savannah cat, a cross between a domestic cat and a serval cat, a large eared wild African cat.

Noah did not thus have to take more than two animals of the cat kind into the ark.

A male and a female of this baramin (created kind) could produce all the varieties of cats that we see around us, from the tiniest domestic cat to Cecil the Lion.

Other hybrids include ligers, zonkeys, wholpins, geeps and grolars.