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From the deepest depths of the ocean to the upper layers of the atmosphere, life abounds on our planet. Did life originate in the oceans? Do all living things share a common ancestor? Why is there so much amazing diversity among life forms, coupled with so much similarity? Are there really evolutionary “transitional forms”?
This section of the guide explores the answers to the questions that are raised in museum exhibits that deal with life on earth.