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Evolution

How the first life on Earth survived its biggest threat – water?

Living things depend on the availability of water, but it breaks down DNA and other vital molecules. So how did the oldest cells deal...

Evolution of Seals

Seals, commonly known as pinnipeds, are a broadly diverse and distributed clade of carnivorous, semiaquatic, fin-footed, primarily marine yet adorable mammals. They contain the...

Chimpanzees and Monkeys: Adaptive evolution in the ancestry of humans

Most people think that all primates are either humans or chimpanzees. But this is not always true. There is a lot of difference between...

The Mystery Surrounding the Evolution of Birds

The evolution of birds is one of the great mysteries of science. The fossil record does not provide a complete picture of how these...

Evolution of Archosaurs

Overview Archosauria is a family of amniote tetrapods with the crocodiles and birds as the only existing representatives today. These are tetrapods that developed a...

What if the Future is just a Revision of Untapped History?

For thousands of years, the Evolution of the Earth has been studied in an array of streamlined branches like Science, History, Sociology, Archaeology and...

Evolution of Spiders

Spiders are some of the earliest animals to find shelter on land, dating to about 400 million years ago. Biologists theorized that the evolution...

Evolution of Free Will and Determinism and their impact on Human Actions

The purpose of our lives has partly been reduced to a successful career. Every child is born only to be admitted to a school,...

Evolution of Frogs

A frog is any member of a primarily carnivorous and diverse group of tailless, short-bodied amphibians composing the order Anura (which literally means without...

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