EM evolution

New species in 3 generations


Rapid hybrid evolution over three generations of birds and within forty years of observing humans. Rapid hybrid speciation has been witnessed between Darwin’s finches in the Galápagos archipelago, on the small island Daphne Major. “It’s an extreme case of something we’re coming to realise more generally over the years. Evolution in general can happen very …

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Frilled you made it after all these years

Prehistoric sharks life alive today

A dinosaur era frilled shark (same species fossil remains dated to the dinosaur/Cretaceous age) has been captured and then examined by scientists. Referred to by the Portuguese scientists as a ‘living fossil’ the frilled shark has remained virtually unchanged since this species shared the planet with dinosaurs. Remains of Chlamydoselachus anguineus have been dated back …

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Zombie Caterpillars

zombie life forms

Zombie Caterpillars are now added to the list of zombie insects and life. How do these bugs, moulds, parasites, animals know how to control another completely different life form? Caterpillars are being killed by a bug which turns them into “‘xploding zombies’ … The baculovirus drives caterpillars on a ‘death march’ to the top of …

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Volant mammals

gliding mammaliaform Maiopatagium furculiferum

Volant mammals, fossils of gliding animals from the dinosaur period have been discovered in China. Instantly fossilized to preserve the flying membrane Not uniformitarianism evolution but rapid changes Life designed using appropriate building blocks? Structural components can re appear if needed Issues from age of fossil dating resolved if date of gliding mammaliaform Maiopatagium furculiferum …

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