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An unknown Galapagos tortoise species may be lurking in museum bones
An island visited by Charles Darwin may have been home to two, not one, giant tortoise species.
Evolution doesn’t work the way you think it does
It doesn't proceed in a straight line—so why do we keep drawing it that way?
Natural selection can’t explain this bug’s bizarre horn
Excerpt: Good Enough
Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution owes more to his garden than the Galápagos
On the Origin of Pigeons, Worms, and Barnacles.
Archive Gallery: In Defense of Evolutionary Theory
How we covered the Scopes Monkey Trial, the discovery of Java Man, the Piltdown Man hoax, and milestones in the history of evolutionary theory
Letters Written By Charles Darwin From 1860
In celebration of his birthday
155 Years Later, Darwin’s Manuscripts Are Going Digital
Online archives let you get inside the great biologist's head
Galapagos Scientists May Have Witnessed The Birth Of A New Species
Peter and Rosemary Grant, made famous by the book The Beak of the Finch, cap off their careers with an extraordinary find.
Darwin’s Library From the HMS Beagle—The Digital Edition
More than 400 books that helped create evolutionary biology have been re-assembled into an online library
Gallery: Darwin’s Library From the HMS Beagle—The Digital Edition
More than 400 books that helped create modern evolutionary biology have been been re-assembled into an online library