Design of the Tarantula Hawk!

Posted by on Sep 27, 2018 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

 

“In some instances the codons of DNA have been shown to code for such esoteric or “alien” phenomena as animal behavior. An example is the Tarantula Hawk, a blue wasp that preys on tarantulas. As seen in the Walt Disney Home Video, The Living Desert (1953), the female wasp, when ready to lay an egg, finds a tarantula and stings it, causing the tarantula to go into suspended animation. The wasps then digs a hole in the ground, places the spider it it, lays her egg on the spider, and covers it. The egg hatches into a larva that feeds on the tarantula. The larva then pupates to become an adult. The adult female subsequently repeats this unusual behavior. This is not a learned behavior because the mother leaves after laying the egg and never associates with her offspring. The only connection between the mother and daughter is the egg, indicating that the behavior is coded in the DNA in the egg in some fashion.”

Read more about DNA being evidence of intelligence here on page 190-192:

https://creationresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/crsq-2002-volume-39-number-3.pdf

See also: http://creationwiki.org/Tarantula_hawk

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