Night-flying moths are designed with organs which enable them to hear the ultrasonic signals used by bats. Bats send out these signals to navigate and find food-including moths. Evolutionists believe that moths evolved the ability to hear ultrasonic bat sounds as a response to being eaten by the more recently evolved bats.

A number of years ago, a fossilized egg from a night-flying moth was discovered. Evolutionists said the egg was twice as old, according to their dating system, as any evidence of the first bat. The problem not usually disclosed is that the egg clearly belongs to a moth species that can hear bats. Evolutionary scientists were quite puzzled by this discovery, because evolution would have no reason to evolve this species of moth before bats existed. If all plant and animal life were created at essentially the same time, however, finds like this make perfect sense. Animals were either given or developed predatory abilities after the curse of creation. Both the bat and the moth were fully developed at this point.

The Bible says that God created all living things within days of each other. By studying nature, we can see how this statement proves itself true.

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Kleiss, April 24.

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