Uncover the World of Creepy Crawlies with Dr. Pod

by Creation Museum on August 3, 2017

Dr. Crawley’s Insectorium will transport you into a world of staggering beauty, stunning acrobatic feats, ceaseless variety, and spectacular weirdness with our world-class collection of insects from around the world. The exhibit also features Dr. Arthur Pod, a fictional, animatronic professor who answers your questions about incredibly designed insects.

Here are three topics you can learn about with Dr. Arthur Pod during your visit to the Creation Museum. Check out the videos to hear his answers about the bomardier beetle, scorpions and more!

(Speaking of Dr. Pod's creepy crawlies, you can now add some of these impressive insects to your SnapChat photos!)


Bombardier Beetle

“If God designed this little creature with these amazing cannons to protect himself, how much more does he care for you—the crown jewel of his creation?”

Useless Beauty

“I guess beauty is in the eye of the bug-holder. . . . Many insects are beautiful, but what purpose does their beauty actually serve? Is it used to attract a mate, or does beauty serve no purpose at all? Or perhaps it’s to secure a lucrative modeling job like in a museum!”


“Even though they aren’t insects, I still do love these magnificent creatures. Do you know how you can tell they’re not insects? Just count the legs! You may not know this, but all insects have six legs, and as you can see, scorpions have eight legs.”

Share Your Experience

Did you know that we have two Snapchat geofilters available for you to use during your visit, including one for Dr. Crawley’s Insectorium? Add these to your Creation Museum photos and share your experience with your friends and family!

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Start planning your trip to the Creation Museum today to learn more about creepy crawlies with Dr. Pod and Dr. Crawley’s Insectorium. Don’t forget to add our special Snapchat geofilters to the photos you send to your family and friends, and share your pictures with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using #creationmuseum.