Nov 30, 2020, 12:40 PM
Title : 12/7
passage : Isaiah 35: 1-10.
person : Nikki Kime
personTitle : Professor, Biological Sciences
date : Dec 7, 2020, 00:00 AM
Frogs and toads live in the desert southwest of the United States, and in the deserts of Australia. A suite of adaptations facilitates their survival in these challenging environments. They have round bodies that reduce their exposure to warm and dry air. They burrow underground and patiently wait, for months or sometimes years, for the rains that hydrate their bodies and make it possible for their offspring to develop and thrive. In their burrows, some species form cocoons using their own skin, or store water in their bodies. They emerge when they sense rain falling, signaling that it is safe to dig their way out. And then they sing… loud and all at once. Does this sound familiar to you? For what have you been patiently waiting? For how long - for months, or years, or your whole life, or for generations? What will signal your time to sing?
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