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Jawbone of contention, Corvid college, snowballs and algal blooms, ancient yet similar, bullying Darwin
Experts in the ever-changing topic of human evolution thought they had most of it figured out—when our ancestors left Africa, the major evolutionary steps since then, etc. But a human jawbone discovered in China just doesn’t fit.
Crows’ remarkable intelligence has been one of our favorite topics over the years (our last update came in April). Here’s the latest.
Could global ice ages have “triggered” evolution—or is it just another wild idea that works on paper but lacks actual evidence?
We’ve all seen photographs of insects, arachnids, and other small creatures trapped in amber. But a lizard?
Is Charles Darwin a fair target of creationist antipathy? Or is the iconic scientist unfairly singled out for criticism?
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