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Speciation

Speciation

Speciation Resources

Websites

Speciation: More Complicated Than the Royal Family Tree

Test your mad species picking skills and see how diversity evolves.

Evolution the Berkeley Way

Check out courses, the latest news on evolution, and everything in between.

NewScientist and Evolution

Find some of the latest news on evolution here.

National Geographic Does Speciation

Peruse National Geographic's site and learn a whole bunch about speciation. If nothing else, take a minute to enjoy the scenery.

Speciation: Past, Present, and Future

Get a quick taste of the study of speciation through the ages, starting back with Darwin.

National Geographic Does Adaptive Radiation

Take a look through the resources provided by National Geographic. Don't miss the Pterosaurs gallery.

Games and Tools

Interactive Tree of Life

We could spend hours playing with this thing. Check out the rest of the site, too, while you're at it.

Becoming Human

Spend some time comparing the structures of humans and structures of other primates.

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