Intelligent Design in Animal Self-Location and Navigation
A question is whether such mechanisms exist in more ancient brain regions of other animals. A new study has identified a self-location mechanism in zebrafish.
Appreciating the Irreducibly Complex Design of Salmon Osmoregulation
Three main things must occur for the young salmon, called a smolt, to prepare for life in the salty ocean.
Animals Tune Behavior by Lunar Cycle; but How?
Researchers in Austria think they have found a clue: a cryptochrome protein that appears to respond to the lunar cycle.
More Unnatural Naturalism, and More Confusion from Naturalists
Honeybees and cells have a limited set of options that are programmed into their genomes.
Without Hemoglobin, How Do Icefish Survive the Cold? By Design
Icefish, aka the family Channichthydiae, survive at 0oC in the Southern Ocean by maintaining blood viscosity at the set point of 3.27 centipoise.