On an August morning in Northern Michigan in the United States a monarch butterfly crawls out of its cocoon. As nutrients are pumped through its veins, its wings quickly inflate and harden revealing the beautiful orange and black patterns that identify this insect.
The monarch is one of the most familiar of the North American butterflies being prolific during the spring and summer throughout Canada and the United States. They are probably best known for their unusual relationship with the milk weed…..
Learn more about how the monarch butterfly is pointing scientists toward intelligent design and away from the theory of evolution from researcher and author Dr. John Ashton at Creation Conversations.