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This case study will introduce students to the important concepts of scientific discovery and inquiry through the example of a living coelacanth, a fish which was believed to be extinct for over 70 million years. It...
Science teachers at high schools and colleges will be glad to learn about the wide range of materials on the subject of evolution that are available on this very fine website. The site is maintained by the National...
This site, from Australian Broadcasting Corporation, relates how the evolution of human body lice was made possible when we developed the habit of wearing clothes some 40,000 years ago. "'This ecological...
This site, from the Australian Broadcasting Company, describes an alternative hypothesis as to why humans lost their fur: "it reduced the number of biting and disease-causing parasites, and made them more sexually...
Published by the Northwest Center for Sustainable Resources, this material introduces the characteristics, evolution, classification, adaptations, ecology, and natural history of mammals.

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