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A Real Sea Dragon (Part 2 of 2) | Creation Moments Minute

A Real Sea Dragon (Part 2 of 2)

On today’s Creation Moments Minute we’ll take another look at a beautiful dragon that roams the sea.

The shapes of sea dragons are the most varied and unusual in the animal world, and their colors are among the brightest. Unlike other fish, they have no scales. They draw tiny marine organisms into their mouths through a trap door jaw that opens and closes more rapidly than the human eye can follow. The eyes of the sea dragon move independently of each other. And when it's time to start a family, it is the father sea dragon who incubates the fertilized eggs in a pouch in his tail.

Like some other creatures we have talked about on Creation Moments, the sea dragon is such a unique creature that evolutionists admit they have no idea how it evolved. These are the very creatures we'd expect to find though, if all things were created by God!

For Creation Moments Minute dot com, I’m Darren Marlar.

Ref: Pennisi, Elizabeth. 1985. "Ghosts and Dragons." Discover, Nov., p. 80.

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