A Living Being Able to Walk On Water: Basilisk

A Living Being Able to Walk On Water: Basilisk

Few animals are able to walk on the surface of water. One such rarity is basilisk, which lives in Central America and is seen below. On the sides of the toes of basilisk’s hind feet are flaps that enable them to splash water. These are rolled up when the animal walks on land. If the animal faces danger, it starts to run very fast on the surface of a river or a lake. Then the flaps on its hind feet are opened and thus more surface area is provided for it to run on water.

This unique design of basilisk is one of the evident signs of conscious Creation.


The basilisk lizard is one of those rare animals that can move establishing a balance between water and air.

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