These amazing creatures may look scary, but it’s very rare for them to actually bite people.
Check out their ears – have you ever wondered why they’re so huge?
Bats fly mostly at night and in dark places, so these big ears help them avoid obstacles and find prey through a special process called echolocation [EE-KO-LO-CA-SHUN].”
God designed these remarkable mammals with built-in sonar equipment. The way echolocation works is that the bats have a unique voice box that sends out very high-pitched sounds. As they’re flying, they listen to the echoes that bounce off of objects around them to figure out the exact location of those objects. If it’s a wall, they can avoid it. If it’s a big, juicy bug, they can fly over and eat it right out of the air!
echolocation = built in sonar equipment for mammals!
The bat is just another one of God’s incredible creatures that must really stump evolutionists. These mammals have three distinct design features that must all work together at the same time in order to survive – their voice box, sensitive ears, and unique brains that allow them to understand the signals of echolocation.
Just think about it. If each part of the bat evolved slowly over time, it would have died out before all the parts were finally able to all work together. For example, a bat with special ears that hadn’t yet “evolved” couldn’t hear the sound bouncing back from the voice box, and the brain couldn’t understand it. To survive, the bat must have always had all three of these parts working together, fully functioning – to find its food, know its surroundings, and find other members of its family.
If each part of the bat evolved slowly over time, it would have died out before all the parts were finally able to all work together.
Bats show that an Intelligent Designer had to have planned every one of these parts to work together at the same time. That Intelligent Designer is our awesome Creator – the God of the Bible!
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