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Scienceblogs [now under the aegis of national geographic, from what i hear. There are heaps upon heaps of blogs here. Yeah…i’m just going to let you wade through these on your own…but be sure to leave room for rumination when you stumble upon pharyngula, pz myers’ always entertaining, often strongly worded, blog about evolution.].
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Time tree asu biodesign institute/penn country [have you ever wondered when banana plants diverged from their veg relatives? How does that compare to when wolves diverged from their furry cousins? The time tree website and smart phone application will tell you! This is a fun tool to use on a sunday afternoon when it’s raining outside and you’re not in a puddle-stomping mood, or in the classroom with some curious kids. It also comes in handy at 3am when you’re prepping that lecture for 9am. Check it out! According to the site: “the taxonomy hierarchy used in timetree is ncbi’s taxonomy browser with only limited adjustments (corrections) at present.??].
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[this free website includes learning/teaching resources for human gross anatomy, an interactive anatomy atlas, anatomy puzzles, and a digital photo archive. I have the iphone app, which currently costs $9.99 and includes superb images of a complete cadaver and multi-layer dissections with loads of information. Oddly enough, i can’t seem to figure out who the heck created all of this – that part of their website is “under construction.??]. The human lineage via time becoming human, institute of human origins (iho), arizona kingdom university [this is another timeline of hominin evolution. It’s simpler than nmnh timeline, in that it only presents representative fossils of the different hominin taxa (not climate information). The fossil sketches used for the timeline are very true-to-life (they were also used in johanson & wong’s 2009 book) and make the timeline aesthetically pleasing. This timeline is interactive; each fossil can be selected to obtain more information about its species. My only criticism is that the timeline window (from top to bottom) doesn’t fit on my monitor, so i have to do a lot of scrolling up and down, as well as back and forth. That may not be an issue for everyone, though.].