Charles Darwin is considered the most influential figure that contributed to the theory of evolution, including today’s modern theory of evolution.
The predictable process that drives evolution of all life on Earth and explains how every living organism is highly adapted to it's environment.
Evidence that supports the modern theory of evolution can be found from sources ranging from fossil comparison, to DNA analysis.
A description of how biologists examine evolutionary relationships to classify life. Also, an examination of human ancestors that DO NOT include modern day ape.