This process is a long and tedious one.
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- Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder: Understanding How Secondary Sexual Traits Contribute to Evolution
- They’re More Evolved That Way: Examining How the Latest Theories on Human Evolution Might Impact Historical Understanding
- Fantastic Fossil: Examining the Impact of Tiktaalik on the World of Evolution
- Going the Way the Wind Blows: Examining How Climate and Geography Affected Prehistoric Humankind
- Watching Nature Take Its Course: Celebrating Important Evolutionary Milestones in the Tree of Life
- Making Prehistory: Creating Fossil Records Based on Current Scientific Theory About Prehistory
‘Professor Dawkins’s great intellectual conviction is that evolution is progressive, and tends to lead to more and more complexity. Species, in his view, often arrive at similar solutions to evolutionary puzzles — the need for ears, eyes, arms or an octopus’s tentacle. And, often although not invariably, bigger brains. So the saber-toothed tiger shows up as a cat in Europe and Asia, and as a marsupial in South America. Different species seized on the same carnivorous solution. (He most certainly does not, however, view evolution as progressing toward us, that is humans — were we to disappear, some other species most likely would fill our evolutionary niche.)’