The Most Amazing Creature on Earth!

Meet the Water Bear:


This tiny, microscopic creature (also known as the Tardigrade) has so many skills he makes the greatest human achievers on earth look like low-grade wimps.

He is about half a millimetre in length, and is just about the toughest creature you will ever come across. Scientists have tested the Water Bear under extreme heat, extreme cold, very high atmospheric pressure, even bombarding the poor little mite with radiation. But he emerges unflustered and unfettered.

Scientists even attached some of these little creatures to the outside of a rocket bound for space. Did that bother them? Well, yes a few did die in the cold, bleak, lifeless, airless bounds of space. But some actually survived and were still attached to the rocket upon landing!

Some have even been found, apparently dead, after many decades of time. Yet when they are placed back into water, their cells quickly repair and they revive!

But the most remarkable thing about this creature is how it has sent evolutionists in a bit of a spin! It is said to be 500 million years old and yet has remained unchanged throughout all that time! That’s half a billion years! Whatever happened to survival of the fittest? This guy is so fit he beat all other contestants hands down from the very moment he arrived on earth, and he looks the same now as the day he first appeared!

So where did he come from? Evolutionists have scratched their heads so much they’ve made them sore. So the best thing they can come up with is to speculate that he came from somewhere else in the universe, arriving on a meteorite. Instead of dealing with the situation scientifically, they cast the entire problem to the cold, untested regions of the universe, hoping that will satisfy evolution’s enemies! Well this is one little problem that’s not going away!

Take a look at his photo very closely. How did evolution manage to place those tiny legs on the eight points under its body in such accurate measure? Each leg has a match on the other side of the Water Bear’s body. Sheer luck? Did these appendages grow by chance and just happen to be ideally placed for the many remarkable manoeuvres he makes both on land and in water? And what about the amazing claws?


Each claw is like a finely crafted surgical instrument! Did each one “luckily” manage to sprout in the appropriate place and somehow match all of the others?

Isn’t it time for Darwinian supporters to get their heads out of the cloud of misdirected information? If an archaeologist found a finely crafted flint in a dig site, wouldn’t he rejoice to have found evidence of design. Yet supporters of evolution are still stubbornly searching for answers that will piece together the many holes in their favourite theory. But if a theory has worn on like a creaking gate for two centuries without being firmly supported by available facts, isn’t it time to replace it with something else?