Q & A
Many believe that dinosaurs and humans once coexisted, but most know that current technology doesn't allow for cloning dinosaurs from fossils.
We know that an enormous meteorite hit the Gulf of Mexico some 66 million of years ago, shooting dangerous gases, dust, and debris into the upper atmosphere, blotting out the sun...
But what if it’s wrong? What if the established dinosaur family tree is, well, a dinosaur?
Imagine a world where an asteroid hadn’t wiped out the dinosaurs. What would have happened afterwards – and how might their presence have affected mammals like us?
I am going to describe and debunk ten of the most common myths and misconceptions about evolution.
Okay, first of all, one subgroup of dinosaurs is still roaming the Earth today: the birds.
Therapsida is a group of synapsids that includes mammals and their ancestors.
Evolutionary biology is the study of the origin, development, and changes (evolution) in species over time. Other scientists that contribute to evolutionary biology are geologists and geneticists.