This Darwin Day Let’s Remember Evolution is About Kinship Too

As I write this three of the four main articles on the New York Times science page are related to the theory of evolution in some significant way: an article about skates (close relatives of sharks and rays) possessing the genes that help vertebrates walk, another explaining how some starfish make their own light to attract mates or find food, and last but not least there’s a story…

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After more than 10 years in Canada, now living my love of the desert in Moab, Utah. I enjoy writing, painting, hiking & nature generally. Motto: stay curious.

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Craig Axford

Craig Axford

After more than 10 years in Canada, now living my love of the desert in Moab, Utah. I enjoy writing, painting, hiking & nature generally. Motto: stay curious.

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