World’s youngest species

BBC: When it comes to evolution, the world's youngest species can teach us more than the oldest, says BBC Nature editor Matt Walker. When we think of evolution, we think old. It's as natural as evolution itself. We think old, because it acts across vast time scales, and we see its hand down the ages, epochs and eras. Our focus on evolution as a grand old thing might partly explain our enduring fascination with extinct ancient beasties such as the dinosaurs. But when we think of evolution, we......

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