Children! In this book, we have looked at some examples of the miraculous creatures that Allah has created. By describing the amazing features and various intelligent behavior patterns in these creatures, we have tried to help you comprehend once again that these could not have come into existence by themselves and that Allah created them all.
As you will be well aware, the examples given in this book are only a small sample of the creatures living in the world. There are many other species, numbering in the millions, living in the sea, on land or in the air. All these creatures have different bodily systems and different patterns of behavior.
For example a bird never behaves like a tiger, and the way an elephant feeds is not the same as that of a duck. A crocodile lives both in water and on land, whereas a monkey cannot live in water. In short, the characteristics and features of species are particular to themselves; their appearance, the way they feed and care for their offspring are different from each other.
You already know that it is our Lord Who created all these creatures together with their particular characteristics and Who taught them all the things they do. If you did not know before, then you will certainly have realized as you read this book. Now tell others what you've learnt. Tell them that Allah created all creatures, and that the remarkable diversity of creatures manifests the unequalled wisdom of our Lord.
In the meantime, never forget that Allah will love you more and will create many more beauties for you both in the world and in the hereafter in return for what you do. Never forget that it is very easy to be a person Allah the Almighty, the Possessor of everything, loves. By telling other people about the existence of Allah and by acting well, you become a right-acting person. In these verses, Allah gives glad tidings to good-doers:
They said, "Glory be to You!