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How Did Dinosaurs Evolve? - What We Know - About.com
Like all living creatures, dinosaurs evolved from preexisting ancestors. Here's an overview of current thinking about dinosaur evolution.
What is Evolution - history and definitions - About.com
An overview of the history evolution, natural selection, and evolution controversies. Includes brief mentions of evolution scientists and different theories of ...
Only Populations Can Evolve - Evolution - About.com
One common misconception about evolution is the idea that individuals can evolve. This is not the case. Individuals can only accumulate adaptations that help ...
Biological Evolution - Biology - About.com
Biological evolution is defined as any genetic change in a population that is inherited over several generations. This change can occur through a mutation, gene ...
Common Misconceptions About Evolution - About.com
Telling the truth about 5 common misconceptions of evolution.
Vertebrate Animal Evolution - Fish to Primates - Dinosaurs - About.com
The story of vertebrate evolution began over 500 million years ago, with the appearance of tiny, translucent proto-fish in the Cambrian seas, and culminated in ...
Analogous Structures in Evolution - Definition - About.com
Here's a brief description of how analogous structures are evidence for evolution. Includes examples and an in-depth look at evolutionary species.
Evolution - The Story of Prehistoric Primates - Dinosaurs - About.com
... apes and (a relatively recent development) human beings. Here's everything you need to know about primate evolution, along with a list of important species.
Fish Evolution - The Story of Prehistoric Fish - Dinosaurs - About.com
The first vertebrates on the planet, prehistoric fish lay at the root of hundreds of millions of years of evolution. Here's everything you need to know about the ...
How Did Skin Color Evolve? - Evolution - About.com
How did these different skin colors evolve? Why are some skin colors more prominent than others? No matter your skin color, it can be traced back to human ...