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Clues on how giraffe neck evolved

Scientists have long theorized that the long neck of modern-day giraffes evolved to enable them to find more vegetation or to develop a specialized method of fighting. 491 more words


Exceptional 125-million-year-old bird discovered

Birds have an enormously long evolutionary history: The earliest of them, the famed Archaeopteryx, lived 150 million years ago in what is today southern Germany. 434 more words


Foot fossils of human relative illustrate evolutionary 'messiness' of bipedal walking

Study of Homo naledi suggests that new species walked upright and also climbed trees

A new study on Homo naledi, the extinct human relative whose remains were discovered in a South African cave and introduced to the world last month, suggests that although its feet were the most human-like part of its body, … 584 more words


Ancient alga knew how to survive on land before it left water and evolved into the first plant

A team of scientists led by Dr Pierre-Marc Delaux (John Innes Centre / University of Wisconsin, Madison) has solved a long-running mystery about the first stages of plant life on earth. 550 more words


Evolution Is Religion - Not Science

by Henry M. Morris, Ph.D.

Evolutionists often insist that evolution is a proved fact of science, providing the very framework of scientific interpretation, especially in the biological sciences. 1,705 more words


Mother Robots Build Children Robots to Experiment With Artificial Evolution

PLOS ONE – Creating a “mother robot” which will construct more robots using standardized parts, activates them, and tests which “child” robots were able to move the furthest in the shortest amount of time. 20 more words

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Humans are still Evolving and we don’t know what will happen next

Evolutionary biology is not a slow-moving science. Just last month a new species of hominid (Homo naledi) was unveiled at a news conference in South Africa. 138 more words