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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.
Evolution of Eukaryotes - About.com
As life on Earth started to undergo evolution and become more complex, the simpler type of cell called a prokaryote underwent several changes over a long ...
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 ...
The Basics of Vertebrate Evolution - Animals/Wildlife - About.com
An overview of vertebrate evolution that explores the key developments in the evolution of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish.
Evolution of the Human Heart - About.com
A look at how the human heart evolved into the four chambered structure it is today.
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.
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 ...
Turtle Evolution - The Story of Prehistoric Turtles
In a way, turtle evolution is an easy story to follow: the basic turtle body plan arose very early in the history of life (during the late Triassic period), and has ...
Prehistoric Dogs and Dog Evolution - Dinosaurs - About.com
Most people know the end of the story of dog evolution--when wolves were domesticated by early humans. The fact is, though, that prehistoric dogs roamed the ...
Amphibian Evolution - The Story of Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
During the Carboniferous period, over 300 million years ago, the first tetrapods evolved features that allowed them to prosper on land as well as in water.