Viruses are not living things - so where did they come from? Scientists have proposed three different hypotheses.
How do different populations adapt to their environment? Let’s explore this concept through guppy speciation.
Humans use the internet to communicate. Similarly, trees use a complex underground network of fungi. These relationships are examples of symbiosis.
Ever wonder how fish survive in the cold waters of the Arctic and Antarctic? It’s partly because of a brilliant evolutionary adaptation.
Scientists have accumulated so much evidence in the theory of evolution that it is one of the most widely-accepted theories in science.
Different members of a species can have different traits. You can see this in a species found at your local pet store - guppies!
Cloning makes it possible to bring extinct species back to life. But is that a good idea?
A study on bird feeders and beak sizes shows how an everyday human activity can affect the evolution of another species.
Some dung beetles use alternative reproductive tactics to increase their chances of finding a mate. Learn what this tells us about evolution and biodiversity.
Using a toy dinosaur and some plaster of Paris, learn how dinosaur footprints could become fossils.