How Do Mother Butterflies Avoid the Poison?

Photo from icr.org

Photo from icr.org

Colorful Heliconius butterflies grace the tropics with their beautiful wide wings. Their survival depends on more features than what simply resides in their physical bodies. The challenge is trying to explain the origins of the way their body parts not only mesh perfectly with each other, but also with their butterfly behavior.

Read the rest of this interesting article HERE.

My comment:

I am a sucker for butterflies.  Someday I will explain why.  I think they are an amazing creation.  How can something like a butterfly survive in such a harsh world?  Maybe it’s for God’s glory. Maybe it’s to show that gentleness is an attribute that God appreciates. After all, gentleness is a fruit of the Holy Spirit. THIS ARTICLE is another evidence of an everlasting Creator.

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Photo by snowpeak

Photo by snowpeak

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7 Responses to How Do Mother Butterflies Avoid the Poison?

  1. Mannyr says:

    I think butterflies are simply magnificent and as you have pointed out a gentleness that speaks of our creator’s infinite ability. “What a mighty God we serve” comes to mind.

    From a slow crawling creature to a magnificent winged symbol of beauty in flight, that displays the infinite creativity of a loving creator. Butterflies live in their own world fully equipped to reproduce what the Creator has made as eye candy for us.

    • Chris says:

      Well stated, Manny.

      They are, indeed, God’s eye candy. They have been the “theme” for this blog all along, I think even when it was a news blog. I’m glad you enjoyed the article.

      “What a mighty God we serve.”

      I hope you and your family are having a great weekend.

  2. It’s for God’s glory for sure… Interesting how God shares the attributes of His character with us…

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