Mr. Nature: Hungry Chameleons

Jambo, everybody! Mr. Nature here–I had to chase Dr. Credulous out of my chair.

I remember the first time I had chameleons and dumped an order of live crickets, dusted with vitamin powder, into the cage. Zap! Zap! Zappity-zap! All gone, in a matter of minutes.

I don’t know why, but something about Nancy Pelosi talking about having to “capture kids while they’re in high school” brought to mind hungry chameleons capturing defenseless crickets. But chameleons are an awful lot cuter.

Eyes in turrets that can focus independently, firmly anchored by a prehensile tail and a surprisingly strong grip, with a shooting tongue that’s usually quite accurate, and powerful jaws–not to mention the ability to change color, drastically: the Lord has abundantly and with genius equipped the chameleon to do its thing.

God’s stuff–wow.

4 comments on “Mr. Nature: Hungry Chameleons

    1. I’m sure you’ve seen some of the wilder evolutionary fairy tales on Youtube. There’s a belief out there that “whatever you need, just evolve it!” What bunk.

    2. Looking at those creatures, there’s no way I could deny that they were designed by an amazing and imaginative Creator. They’re not pretty in the sense of a beautiful racehorse or a sleep dog or cat, but they are amazingly designed.

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