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A 40-year study of predation in East Africa challenges naturalistic evolution and affirms creation. Researchers studied the mammal community of the Serengeti ecosystem and found that both a high and well-balanced biodiversity and a finely-tuned resource limitation were required to stabilize herbivore populations at optimal levels for all life. Such fine-tuning and balance is not expected from a naturalistic perspective. It is the expected outcome, however, from the perspective of supernatural creation.
A. R. E. Sinclair, Simon Mduma, and Justin S. Brashares, “Patterns of Predation in a Diverse Predator-Prey System,” Nature, 425 (2003), pp. 288-290.
RTB article: Facts for Faith articles on biological evolution