Canis mosbachensis and the origins of the modern Canis species

What we do know about the origins of Canis species is much more hotly-contested than what we know about the evolution of our own species. The earliest fossils of the genus are roughly 6 million years old, and the oldest … Continue reading

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Should we be thinking of coyotes as invasive species?

I love Kentucky Afield, but I have some problems with the terminology in this clip. The hunter in this video calls the coyote an invasive species in part because it killed some cats. Now, cats clearly are an actual invasive … Continue reading

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Bacteria Becomes two Different species inside an Insect

Bacteria Becomes two Different species inside an Insect When this relationship began, the cicada and Hodgkinia would have been able to survive without each other – but as time passed, they found this mutually beneficial situation. However, they developed it … Continue reading

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