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At first, nothing lived on Earth. It was a noisy, hot, scary place. Choking gas exploded from volcanoes and oceans of lava bubbled around the globe...Then in the deep, dark ocean, something amazing happened.
Follow the evolution of plants and animals, from the first living things 6 billion years ago to the animals living in the world today.
Step back in time and discover a world where whales once walked, crocodiles were warm-blooded and snakes had legs!
The first ever picture-book retelling of Charles Darwin's On The Origin of Species. On The Origin of Species has been the definitive explanation of the theory of evolution since it was first published in 1859.
Join Professor Robert Winston for an amazing look at the story of evolutionary science and the way Charles Darwin's revolutionary theories changed the world.
Laurence Pringle along with illustrator Steve Jenkins brings together the pillars of evidence that support our understanding of evolution.
Why do flowers attract insects? How do fish breathe underwater? Which animals can fly? Read about the wide range of living things on the planet. This book explores how they have evolved and how they manage to survive.
Track modern humans from their origins to leaving Africa. Take a closer look at tree shrews, the first primates, how we came to stand on two legs, early tools and cooking, and conflict with Neanderthals.
Grandmother Reptile crawls and breathes, and so do you! Grandmother Mammal cuddles with her babies, and don't forget Cousins Whale and Bird. Grandmother Ape hoots and Grandmother Human tells stories. Learn about how all living things are related!
Evolution can be a difficult idea to wrap our brains around: it deals with random, unlikely events, combined with vast lengths of time too enormous to comprehend. But the evidence is all around us.
See the evolution of life on earth in this chronological compendium of over eighty extraordinary creatures of land, sky and sea, from algae to Archaeopteryx and Pterygotus to Tyrannosaurus rex.
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