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The tiny tropical fangblenny reveals fangs when it opens its mouth, but unusual venom is the real key to its defense—and to the defense of its look-alikes.
Evolutionists believe that new information about gill embryology suggests gills evolved in the common ancestor of all fish.
The stories about origins of the Greek gods stand in contrast to the one true God, who according to the Bible is not a created being but has always existed.
Are human feet the foundational distinction between knuckle-walking apes and us? How did we learn to walk this way?
Observable science confirms preserved collagen fragments in dinosaur bone are authentic, but does not show protein can be preserved for millions of years.
Saccorhytus is, the authors believe, the oldest and simplest known deuterostome, the evolutionary forebear of all vertebrates and some invertebrates.
Let’s look at the molecular clock credited with resolving the timeline and see if we are “closer than ever to a timeline for human evolution.”
Biophysicists, observing the fascinating properties of liquid droplets, propose that liquid droplet physics could explain how life began.
Though monkeys can’t imitate human language despite speech-ready vocal tracts because of their brains’ wiring, their versatile alarm calls meet their needs.
If we share a common ancestor with a chimpanzee, as evolutionists confidently maintain, then how did our brains leap so far ahead in size and capability?
Scientists from Northwestern University have developed a mathematical model that may help explain animal ornamental mysteries.
A study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that the modern practice of Caesarean section is rapidly altering human evolution.
Dinosaurs and lagerpetids (their supposed evolutionary ancestors) have been found fossilized together, indicating they lived at the same time.
The microbe LUCA is supposed to have been the Last Universal Common Ancestor of all living things.
Hailed as a transitional form between modern snakes and their supposed lizard ancestors, Tetrapodophis amplectus is now the subject of heated controversy.
Discovery of sophisticated eyes in a fossilized hagfish has dethroned the modern blind hagfish as the only observable intermediate form in eye evolution.
The authors of a study in Nature claim to have solved human history’s oldest cold case: how and why our iconic, supposed ancestor Lucy died.
Discovery of placodes on reptile embryos is being seen as proof of the evolutionary connection between reptilian scales, bird feathers, and mammalian hair.
Walking fish, waterfall-climbing cavefish with a tetrapod-like pelvic girdle, and the gene that shapes skates’ gills all supposedly show how legs evolved.
Like children assembling a jigsaw puzzle, evolutionists have long been trying to piece together the mysteries of turtle shell origins.
Could hobbits be a dwarfed variety of Homo erectus, an archaic human whose presence in Southeast Asia, specifically Flores, has been demonstrated?
Evolutionists hope the first chiral molecule discovered in interstellar space will shed light on the mystery of how life evolved its biochemical handedness.
Discovery of man-made structures deep in a cave has shown that Neanderthals could do a lot more than most folks have given them credit for.
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