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A group of scientists at Tel Aviv University propose that bacteria in our intestines may be responsible for human altruism.
Amphioxus is an “obvious” link between invertebrates and vertebrates for those who believe they must be linked by a shared evolutionary ancestor.
Will fish out of water evolve?
Most birds are blind to sweets. But hummingbirds are experts at telling what is sweet and even fending off fakes.
Crazy-looking fossil’s evolutionary descendants are crawling around in the tropics, evolutionists say.
Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey host wonders why Answers in Genesis critiqued his series and why anyone cares.
Zonkeys attest to the variations possible within the “horse kind.”
Natural Trap Cave preserves a treasure trove of animals from the Ice Age until the 1970s.
Neanderthal labyrinth in non-Neanderthal fossil hints at maze of post-Babel migrations.
Indonesia’s Flores Island was probably populated not by a Lilliputian human species but just ordinary people including a person with Down syndrome.
In the twilight zone, bright sharks know how to hide in the light.
Uner Tan syndrome does not harbor the evolutionary “how” of human bipedality.
A storybook version of hadrosaur history collapses, favoring an interpretation based in eyewitness history and the observable data.
Up, up, and away—this large, long-feathered microraptorine was equipped for fast flight, steep descent, and a controlled landing.
While there is nothing “transitional” about the feathers on Archaeopteryx, researchers claim new insight concerning the evolution of quill-like feathers.
Tibetan natives ability to tolerate high-altitude conditions is a genetic inheritance obtained from mixing with the long-extinct Denisovan people.
Triceratops skulls entombed in Montana’s Upper Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation tell a story, but not the tale of being trapped by the sands of time!
Atheist Fibbs’s testimony is a stern reminder of the importance of showing the world they can trust the secure foundation for truth—the book of Genesis.
In a new comprehensive review of humanity’s story, evolutionary anthropologists tell their tale of how hominins progressed up the evolutionary ladder.
Swedish meteorite said to have triggered mass destruction and opened the way for life’s post-Cambrian explosion.
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