Flight: The Genius of Birds.
62 minutes; May, 2013. Illustra Media.
FLIGHT probes mysteries and mechanisms of a bird’s anatomy, instinct, navigation and embryology to reveal stunning provisions essential for life in the skies. The poet William Blake wrote that to see an eagle in the air is to observe a portion of genius. In FLIGHT the ingenuity of a bird’s behavior and biology showcase unmistakable evidence for design, purpose and plan. It is evidence best explained by an intelligence that transcends the natural world.
Cnidarians appear to have recruited as toxins the same kinds of proteins recruited by many other venomous animals. However, toxin diversity within groups of organisms does not appear to be related to the alleged evolutionary history of the various groups.