The fossil record is consistent with the engineering-based theory of bounded adaptation
Negative biases about our forebears have long been part of science, education, and popular culture. Why?
The scientists revisited the site and discovered that the assumed Ediacaran fossils are neither of Ediacaran age nor represent fossils at all.
Considering the checkered history of grandiose claims and controversies in paleoanthropology, some caution may be wise.
The origin of the ingeniously intricate long necks in sauropod dinosaurs has been postulated to have arisen more than 35 times independently.