Science education video series brings evolution to life

By Bethany Brookshire, 12:44 PM November 26, 2013

Everyone who has taken high school biology has read about Darwin’s finches. Different species of finches live throughout the remote Galapagos Islands. Millions of years ago they were all the same species, but over time, each species of finch has developed a differently shaped beak. This allows them to eat different kinds of food, depending on where they live. Seeing the finches of the Galapagos gave Darwin the idea of evolution by natural selection.

It’s one thing to see the Galapagos finches ...

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