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There has been no other scientific theory more thoroughly studied than evolution, and the vast majority of scientists say it is proven.
Published by Rowan Casey 101 months ago in Biology | +12 votes | 25 comments
A bite-size answer to the question why do feet smell?
Published by Steve Sudbury 100 months ago in Biology | +27 votes | 23 comments
Hybridization refers to the process of creating new species by mating two different species. It plays a major role in evolutionary biology and DNA analysis. Here is the list of certain hybrid species either occurring naturally or created by scientists:
Published by valli sarvani 102 months ago in Biology | +15 votes | 12 comments
Some plants attract, capture, and kill creatures or life forms, digesting and absorbing the nutrients from their prey. These are called carnivorous plants.
Published by Athena Goodlight 108 months ago in Biology | +21 votes | 11 comments
The Philippines are known for their beautiful and unique plants. Here are some of the most beautiful and unique plants that you will find only in the Philippines. Each plant is described along with great pictures of the plants of the Philippines.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 109 months ago in Biology | +8 votes | 11 comments
Milkweed is a natural wildfood and is edible, and the fluff from the seed pods have interesting uses ranging from flotation devices, insulation for clothing to pioneer-era pillows...
Published by thestickman 109 months ago in Biology | +16 votes | 10 comments
Can you imagine the world we live in without plants? Some plants are beautiful and some plants are not. Many plants can be eaten and many are poisonous. Some plants are major sources of medicine and some are simply bizarre in appearance.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 111 months ago in Biology | +14 votes | 10 comments
The world's most endangered amphibian, New Zealand Archey's frog, is under threat because of a proposal to mine their only habitat.
Published by Val Mills 112 months ago in Biology | +18 votes | 10 comments
While many people associate the elephant with having an extraordinary memory, relatively few know that the idea is actually based on what is commonly termed the “elephant graveyard,” legendary places throughout Africa said to be the final resting places elephants naturally gravitate towards when death approaches.
Published by James R. Coffey 92 months ago in Biology | +9 votes | 9 comments
Facts about the crown-of-thorns starfish.
Published by Patrick Regoniel 109 months ago in Biology | +11 votes | 9 comments
Bluebells are a favorite spring wildflower in Europe and America.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 112 months ago in Biology | +14 votes | 9 comments
Fungus is both a benefit and a nuisance, and it's always nearby.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 113 months ago in Biology | +13 votes | 9 comments
Can Humans and Primates breed creating offspring.
Published by Jeff Merrow 115 months ago in Biology | +7 votes | 9 comments
The very first thing you need for creating maple syrup is to be able to identify a sugar maple. There exist two other maples to differentiate a Sugar Maple from: one that you will discover in yards, and one that you will encounter in the woods.
Published by Athena Goodlight 101 months ago in Biology | +5 votes | 8 comments
You cannot determine the fittest of the species unless you know the rate of reproduction, and without a rate of reproduction, natural selection cannot determine which of the species is the fittest. Rate of reproduction can be determined by, but not limited to, several contributing factors to natural selection including mutations, genetic drift, gene flow, and assortive mating.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 108 months ago in Biology | +17 votes | 8 comments
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