John Hawks

Sep. 27, 2013

Modern Humans Still Evolving, and Faster Than Ever

Recent evolution has given humans the ability to break down starch and digest cheese. Bon appetit!

human evolution, skin, cheese, digestion, enzymes, evolve, evolving, evolution, john hawks, paleoanthropology, paleontology, anthropology

Feb. 01, 2013

Preserving Science News in an Online World

Experts discuss how the internet impacts public perception of science.

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Dr. Seuss's McElligot's Pool (1947) features some fantastic fish—ones with pinwheel-like tails, curly noses, long floppy ears, or Kangaroo pouches. The fictional fish do have some truly strange nonfictional cousins, among which are giant oarfish, barreleye fish, and sawfish.

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