The following link provides a classroom activity that illustrates how a population can change to adapt to a changing food source. Students use utensils such as clothespins to model how animals obtain food. A variation of this activity was shared by David and David with their colleagues at UofT Faculty of Education. Continue reading
Fat cells don’t often receive praise in everyday life, but they probably deserve more credit, as they might be healing our wounds.
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If men can’t nurse, then why do they have nipples? The answer has less to do with evolution and more to do with your personal development as a teeny tiny embryo. Short version: We’re all girls — at least at first. Hank explains! Continue reading
Part of why we’re so fascinated with extinct dinosaurs it’s just hard for us to believe that animals that huge actually existed. And yet, they existed! From the Jurassic to the Cretaceous Periods, creatures as tall as a five-story building were shaking the Earth.
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Bat-bot could one day aid in search and rescue operations. Continue reading