Evolutionary biology

Dive into the captivating field of evolutionary biology and learn about the incredible processes that have shaped life on Earth. Discover the latest research, theories, and breakthroughs in understanding the origins and development of species.
Evolution - tree of life - biology poster

These posters are a stunning artistic interpretation of the currently understood evolutionary processes. There is no other illustration that shows the development from Protocells to all the wondrous creatures living today.. and extinct ones too, in this much detail. Perfect as an educational tool for children and adults alike!

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Fernanda
One of several severe problems facing gradualists and Darwinists alike is the occurrence of what has come to be known as ‘the Cambrian explosion’ which took place around 530 million years ago. In 1992, evolutionary biologist Jeffrey Levington described the period as ‘evolutionary biology’s deepest paradox,’[i] and if one delves further into the facts regarding this incredible geological epoch it is easy to see why. Art, Prehistoric, Tattoos, Ecology, Biologist, Biology, Geology, Evolutionary Biology, Palaeontology

One of several severe problems facing gradualists and Darwinists alike is the occurrence of what has come to be known as ‘the Cambrian explosion’ which took place around 530 million years ago. In 1992, evolutionary biologist Jeffrey Levington described the period as ‘evolutionary biology’s deepest paradox,’[i] and if one delves further into the facts regarding this incredible geological epoch it is easy to see why.

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Lahlee Merfille
When people think of “evolution”, they often picture the “March of Progress”. This popular visual metaphor, a line of individuals leading from apes to humans (top), goes back to Rudolph Zallinger’s classic illustration for the Early Man volume of the Life Nature Library series published by Time-Life Books. But that illustration was never meant to show a direct evolutionary lineage—several of the figures were explicitly mentioned as side branches. Evolution is not linear, but branching, with v... Evolution Theory, Anthropology Major, Biological Anthropology, Science Diagrams, Biology Memes, Early Man, Prehistoric Man, Forensic Anthropology, Evolutionary Biology

When people think of “evolution”, they often picture the “March of Progress”. This popular visual metaphor, a line of individuals leading from apes to humans (top), goes back to Rudolph Zallinger’s classic illustration for the Early Man volume of the Life Nature Library series published by Time-Life Books. But that illustration was never meant to show a direct evolutionary lineage—several of the figures were explicitly mentioned as side branches. Evolution is not linear, but branching, with…

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Stephen Kolderup