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An Example of Mutualism: the Water Buffalo and Feathered Friends

Mutualism, or Symbiosis is observed in nature when two completely different organisms both benefit from a relationship. How are these relationships established without any communication?

Today, we consider what it takes for the water buffalo and its feathered friends to help each other out in multiple ways and think through the implications of how this kind of relationship could develop. It makes so much more sense to assume these animals work together to improve one another’s lives because of God’s design than because of random, blind chance.

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Written by Bruce Malone

Since the time Bruce found Jesus, he has realized that rejection of Biblical truth, justified by belief in evolution, is the acid eating away at the moral foundation of our culture. Bruce spent 30 years working as a research leader for the Dow Chemical Corporation, has a degree chemical engineering, and is responsible for key innovations which have resulted in 18 patents. But his passion is sharing the relevance and evidence for creation, so he retired early to become full time Director of Search For The Truth Ministries.

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