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  • Mass Extinctions: Lessons from the Past

    Mass Extinctions: Lessons from the Past

    Apps and eBooks

    Examine the history and causes of past mass extinctions, and the evidence for whether we are facing a sixth mass extinction, with this interactive eBook.

  • Comparative Anatomy of the Domestic Chicken

    Comparative Anatomy of the Domestic Chicken

    Click & Learn

    Trace the evolutionary history of birds by comparing the shapes and structures of certain bones in a chicken to those of some of its extinct and living relatives. Also available in Spanish.

  • Living Dinosaurs: Fact or Fiction?

    Living Dinosaurs: Fact or Fiction?

    Activity

    Students evaluate and discuss statements about the evolutionary relationship between birds and dinosaurs and other facts about these groups, before and after watching the short film Great Transitions: The Origin of Birds. Also available in Spanish.

  • The Origin of Birds Film Guide

    The Origin of Birds Film Guide

    Film Guide

    The following classroom-ready resources complement Great Transitions: The Origin of Birds. Featuring vertebrate paleontologist Dr. Julia Clarke, the film walks us through the evidence that birds are a lineage of theropod dinosaurs. 

  • Fossils, Genes, and Mousetraps

    Fossils, Genes, and Mousetraps

    Lecture

    (1 hr 28 min 24 sec) Leading evolution educator Ken Miller discusses the controversy surrounding the teaching of evolution.

  • Evolution: Fossils, Genes, and Mousetraps

    Evolution: Fossils, Genes, and Mousetraps

    Lecture

    Leading evolution educator Ken Miller discusses the controversy surrounding the teaching of evolution.

  • Fossils, Genes, and Embryos

    Fossils, Genes, and Embryos

    Lecture

    (58 min 30 sec) The genetic mechanisms by which evolution occurs, and an overview of the evidence for evolutionary theory.

  • Endless Forms Most Beautiful

    Endless Forms Most Beautiful

    Lecture

    (58 min 30 sec) How Darwin came to publish The Origin of Species, and examples of how quickly evolution can change a population.

  • Evolution: Constant Change and Common Threads

    Evolution: Constant Change and Common Threads

    Lecture

    How has the amazing diversity of plants and animals evolved? What can fossils, butterflies, and stickleback fish tell us about the deep common ancestry of all living forms?

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