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Websites

  • Tiktaalik roseae  
    A fossil found in the Arctic, Tiktaalik roseae, displays a cross between a fish and an amphibian. The discovery has been called the first fish that has walked on land.
  • All About Evolution  
    Produced by the Field Museum of Chicago, this site informs readers about the importance and misconceptions of evolution. Tour interactive tutorials on an archaeology dig, a journey through time, and the diversity of life.
  • Astrobiology  
    Astrobiology concerns "the study of the origin, evolution, distribution, and future of life in the universe". This site is maintained by NASA, includes news, webcasts, and programs associated with astrobiology.
  • Darwin Correspondence Project  
    This project has been ongoing since the 1970's and includes the full text of over 6,000 of Charles Darwin's personal correspondence.
  • Darwin Manuscripts Project  
    Search and view the online collection of Darwin's own notes in the Darbase catalog.
  • Evolution Resources from the National Academies  
    The National Academies provides many open access (free), scholarly resources online. On this site they have gathered many open access resources related to evolution and divided them by audience; teacher, business, law, and religion.
  • Nova: Evolution  
    Nova's website devoted to evolution programming includes, multimedia, interactive tutorials, articles, and slide shows about evolution.
  • PBS Evolution Library  
    A collection of websites, videos, images, and documents about many different aspects of evolution

National Science Foundation Multimedia Gallery

Video from the NSF Multimedia Gallery about evolutionary biologist Chris Filardi's study of birds on the Solomon Islands and the effects of isolation on species.

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