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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...

The Science behind Human Eyes identifying Colours and Reception

Is the sky really blue? Is the grass actually green? Is the world “coloured” as we see it? Well, vision is after all an illusion....

Evolution of Dogs: How Domestic Dogs Evolved

The dog is a part of the wolf-like canids. The genetic divergence between the modern wolves and dog's ancestors transpired between 25,000 and 50,000...

Evolution of Penguins

Evolutionary biologists believe that these flightless aquatic birds' evolution is one of the most interesting ever studied. These birds are found mainly in the...

Evolution of lips

Lips are a visible part of the body at the mouth of many mammals, including humans. Lips are movable, soft, and serve as the hole...

Why can’t fruit bats use echolocation? Answers are in evolutionary history of bats

Scientists have found another part in the puzzle of how echolocation developed in bats, moving closer to resolving a decades-long evolutionary mystery. All bats —...

Walking, Running and the Evolution of Short Toes in Humans

The design of the human body has fascinated evolutionary biologists for over 100 years. The short toes of humans are designed in a way...

Evolution of the Kidney

The evolution of the kidney is one of the most exciting topics in evolutionary biology and several fields of science. This is because the...

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