From a biologist’s point of view, skin color is just an adaptation that showed up long ago to help people survive in different environments. All of us, red or yellow or black or white, we came from the same ancestors, so are genetic cousins.Read More The Color of Our Skin from a Biologist’s Perspective
After spending 6 hours on site, I found three bones: a frog femur and pelvis, and a spine from a stickleback fish. These were tiny and a bit underwhelming for any common observer, but I felt like I had won the jackpot!Read More The Bones in the Bog
Without anyone paying attention, the populations of these spiny critters have been shrinking.Read More Who cares about the porcupine?
Even now, years later, I approach the world with fascination and am passionate about learning. I find that, as I find answers to my questions, I can see more of my world and appreciate its awesomeness.Read More Let’s Start a Positive Discussion