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  Evolution Webhunt   

These explorations are intended to expand your understanding of the the topics of evolution and Classification.  Use the links below and/or your favorite Internet search engine (e.g., Google and Yahoo) to roam around the World Wide Web and discover what other people who have interest in these subjects have said to explain and support their views.  There's a lot to learn in this information age. Using the Web allows you to discover tons more than you may have ever known possible.  

Questions    |    Internet Resources    |    Additional Search Engines

Questions to Explore


What is the title of chapter 11 in Charles Darwin's book "The Origin of Species".  Briefly describe what this chapter is about.


Why do scientists consider mutations to be the "driving force" behind evolution?


What is Allopatric Speciation?


Define the term "bilaterally symmetrical"



In what year did Linnaeus publish his book "Systema naturae"?



Give the Kingdom, Subkingdom, Division, Class, Subclass, Order, and Family of the Plant called "Rhus"



What are the most important Characteristics of group "Holothuroidea"

The Internet Resources

Additional Search Engines

If you have not used a search engine before or if you have not been satisfied with the ones that you have used, try one of the following.  Each has its strengths and weaknesses.  Unfortunately, none of them can link you to everything available on the Web today because of the rapid growth of sites.

Old Standby
Search Engines
MetaSearch Sites
(search multiple search engines simultaneously)
Specialized Search Tools

CAUTION:  In doing your searches, keep in mind that not everything on the Web is accurate, current, or true.  To help discover which sites can be trusted and which ones cannot, ask yourself the following questions:

1.   Who are the authors of the site?  What are their credentials?  Are they experts?
2. Is the information current?  When was the website created and last updated?
3. Do the facts presented in the site seem correct?
4. Is the purpose of the site to objectively inform and explain or to persuade and sell a particular perspective?

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Website by Duncan Wilson

Page last updated January 07, 2012

The links on this page connect students to resources, which are recommended because of their educational content and value. I do not intend your child to visit any pages beyond those to which I have provided specific links. We recommend that you supervise/monitor your child's Internet activity at all times.