Evolutionary forms.

Olivia Judson provides some delightful example of creatures caught in the act of evolving over the past few decades. The generation-to-generation natural selection of Galápagos finches is particularly fascinating—it shows evolution as a process that isn’t always slow, and anything but steady, but something very much alive.

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2 replies on “Evolutionary forms.”

  1. “Dr. Tatiana’s Sex Advice to All Creation” by Olivia Judson is one of the best books on evolution and it’s focused on the biology of sex. Complex concepts are broken down for the layman and it’s hilarious to boot. Can’t recommend it enough.

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