Monday, September 25, 2023

Make it Easy & Fun to Learn about Surprising Animals with Aardvarks, Coelacanths, Colugos & More!


Have you ever heard of a Coelacanth? They were thought to be extinct - the oldest fossils of these fish date back 410 million years! But, imagine how surprised fishermen were when a live Coelacanth was discovered off the coast of South Africa in 1938! From time to time they are found, but not often as they live in deep waters.  Aside from still being alive, two more surprising things about Coelacanths are they typically live 100 years and mom Coelacanths are pregnant for five years! Yes, five years! I'm SO glad I'm not a Coelacanth.

You will learn more about Coelacanths in the book  Aardvarks, Coelacanths, Colugos & More! along with  Aardvarks, Cuttlefish,  Pileated Woodpeckers, Anacondas, Bat-Eared Foxes, Handfish, Flying Gurnard Fish, Lungless Salamanders, Helmeted Hornbills, Kermode Bears, and Colugos. As you and the children you love learn about these amazing animals you are sure to have fun - and important conversations which will equip them with a confident faith!

Our world is filled with interesting and surprising animals - and when we learn about them we will find we are better able to understand how God is real and God and science DO go together! You will find all of the Life on the Goldilocks Planet books on Amazon and at this link - this is the perfect time to get a book, or two. Please share this post with the parents and grandparents you know. (And the answer to the question is - Cuttlefish! You will find out about them - and Colugos and Lungless Salamanders in Aardvarks, Coelacanths, Colugos & More!)

#lifeonthegoldilocksplanet #handingdownaconfidentfaith #itmatterswhatwedo 

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