Although they are not the handsomest or most graceful creatures in the animal kingdom, the Rhinocerotoidea (superfamily) are a fascinating group for research.
Charles Darwin was profoundly interested in plant galls, and Darwin himself proposed the challenge these and other forms may pose to his ideas.
The engineering marvel that is the giraffe, long neck and all, was intelligently designed.
Unfortunately, acceptance of Darwinism hindered acceptance of Gregor Mendel’s great insights.
All orders and families of the angiosperms appear abruptly in the fossil record (the same for most lower systematic categories).