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International news outlets proclaimed headlines like “Butterfly unlocks evolution secret.”
When Darwin went to the Galapagos Islands off the coast of Ecuador, he noticed that island finches had developed a variety of beak sizes, and he speculated on how that happened.
Paleontologists say they have found a 100-million-year-old missing link, named Gansus, in the evolution of birds.
For several years, evolutionists have hailed the find nicknamed Toumai as the missing link between humans and an ape-like ancestor.
DNA tests have confirmed that a grizzly bear father and polar bear mother have produced what some people are calling a “pizzly.”
What almost all of us were taught about Pluto in science class has recently been reexamined and modified.
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