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L'hippototame du Saint-Laurent by Jean-Pierre Rogel

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With all the attention given to “creationism” in the news these days, Jean-Pierre Rogel felt it was important to show how Darwin’s concept of natural selection can be seen in action in everyday situations.

Beginning with a familiar cottage scene that includes squirrels, loons, salmon and bears, Rogel expands his scope to explore the emerging field of evolutionary developmental biology, showing how genes play a role in the extraordinary diversity of the plant and animal kingdom. Readers may be surprised to discover which animal is most closely related to whales, how nature makes a fin into a paw, how salmon have adapted to gaps in fishing nets, and what really sets humans apart from chimpanzees.

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French

Non-Fiction

Darwin's theory of evolution as found in everyday life

2007

978-2-89544-119-9

Editions Multimondes

Quebec City

2007

184

softcover