Three Domain System
The Three Domain System is a system for classifying biological organisms. Under this system, organisms are classified into three domains and six kingdoms.
Biological evolution is defined as any genetic change in a population that is inherited over several generations.
Organisms from the Domain Archaea can exists under some of the most extreme conditions. They can survive in extremely hot, acidic, or alkaline environments.
Taxonomy is a hierarchical system for classifying and identifying organisms.
Six Kingdoms of Life
Living organisms are classified into one of six Kingdoms of life. Organisms are placed into these categories based on similarities or common characteristics.
Were dinosaurs warm-blooded?
The Roadmap of Life
Use the Roadmap of Life to find out information, examples, and characteristics of each of the major kingdoms.
The Human Lineage
Researchers announced the discovery of a new species of a human ancestor.
Axing the Family Tree
Startling insights into the evolution of animals.
Bibliography of Fossil Vertebrates
Allows you to search for literature references on a specific topic.
The Darwin-L Archives
"Darwin-L is an international network discussion group on the history and theory of the historical sciences." Fields of study included are evolutionary biology, systematics and phylogeny, archeology, and paleontology.
Go on a virtual hunt for dinosaur eggs and watch as scientists reveal the embryos inside. The site also contains a QuickTime VR movie gallery of dinosaur eggs and embryos. Browsers will need the QT plug-in for viewing.
View fossil replicas of dinosaurs at Hawaii's Honolulu Community College.
This site provides a complete list of scientists who have contributed to the theory of evolution.
What is evolution? Is it a fact or a theory? Find out the answers to these and other frequently asked questions about evolution.
Five Major Misconceptions About Evolution
Interesting discussion about the evolution/creation debate.
The Fossil Evidence of Human Evolution in China
Observe fossils of ancient man and other primates.
Find out the name of the oldest known hominid species.
How Humans Evolved
Provides an overview of evolutionary concepts with a concentration on human evolution.
Meet and Greet TRex!
Dinosaur exhibit, part of the Museum of Paleontology, located at the University of California Berkeley.
"PaleoNet is a system of listservers, World Wide Web pages, and ftp sites designed to enhance electronic communication among paleontologists."
Here's your chance to get museum quality fossil replicas for study or display.
The Talk Origins Archive Search Page
Does life have a "purpose" or is it a mindless happenstance? Search the Talk Origins Archives for provocative answers.
Find out about this amazing creature that was as long as a bus and weighed more than an elephant.