The orderly pattern of biogeographic distribution of plants and animals was one of the lines of evidence that Charles Darwin mentioned in support of his theory.
If he chose to, could God use a sandstorm to turn a block of marble into a representation of the human form that would put Michelangelo’s David to shame?
This was a real-life experience for one family at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Drumheller, Alberta.
One of the most severe biogeographical puzzles for Darwinian theory is the origin of South American monkeys, called “platyrrhines.”
How and when did some primates finally make it to Africa, which was an island until as recently as 16 million years ago, to set in motion the emergence of the human species?