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Anatomy, DNA, embryos and fossils display similarities among all species. Evolution elucidates that these similarities... see more

On this site, students will have the opportunity to view an animation on how humans have manipulated the natural... see more

Explore the importance of biodiversity and how observing variation in the beak shape of Galapagos finches helped Darwin... see more

A description of the land birds found on Galapagos Islands. This site contains a good description of the birds along with... see more

This lecture entitled Hominid Paleobiology, discusses about the Hominid fossil record of the past six milions years. This... see more

CogPrints (1997) is an open access, electronic archive in which authors can self-archive papers in any area of Cognitive... see more

This web page supports an undergraduate course in Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy. The page includes numerous links to web... see more

An overview of the work of Charles Darwin and impact that his discoveries have had on modern biology. It describes the... see more

The lessons posted on this site were designed to engage students with real-world data relevant to content taught in... see more

Digital Morphology, part of the National Science Foundation Digital Libraries Initiative, serves visualizations of high... see more

Explore how different species are adapted to their way of life, and how common characteristics are used to classify them... see more

This is a Quicktime video that is part of the caused newt library of items at the PBS site on Evolution. Brodie and... see more

You can interact with the animation to learn about how evolution affects populations. The population breeds, mutates,... see more

Notes and helpful videos and diagrams on the evolution of flight and avian characteristics.

This site has 7 videos on evolution, each about 8 minutes long and with a mixture of animations and video. There are also... see more

BBC online website about evolution. Has an illustrated guide to the "Origin of Species", numerous essays about Darwin and... see more

An interactive word scramble using words related to evolution. Given the language involved, I'd focus this more on high... see more

Full texts of, and commentary on, papers on evolutionary biology from the nineteenth century onwards

A series of Shockwave animations and simulations teaching general Mendelian genetics and some molecular genetics

This is a robust website on genetics and the Human Genome that provides interactive, multimedia-rich information and... see more

This site provides information on the fossil record and how fossils are formed and discovered. An animation on how a... see more

The site summarizes the hominid fossil record and hypothesized lines of human evolution from 5 million years ago to the... see more

This site includes an interactive human evolution timeline. One can learn about the various species, the time range of... see more

Interactive Galapagos Island presentation by PBS to accompany the "Darwin's Darkest Hour" Nova special.