Your Inner Fish , Neil Shubin


Published in: itune > Life Sciences,Books,Science & Nature,Nature > Shooting Games | Published on 21/Dec/2020 16:59

2008-01-15T08:00:00Z
Neil Shubin, the paleontologist and professor of anatomy who co-discovered Tiktaalik, the "fish with hands," tells the story of our bodies as you've never heard it before. The basis for the PBS series.

By examining fossils and DNA, he shows us that our hands actually resemble fish fins, our heads are organized like long-extinct jawless f...[Read More]



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A Taste for the Beautiful , Michael J. Ryan


Published in: itune > Life Sciences,Books,Science & Nature,Health, Mind & Body,Psychology,Nature,Biology,Ecology > Shooting Games | Published on 21/Dec/2020 13:58

2018-01-16T08:00:00Z
From one of the world's leading authorities on animal behavior, the astonishing story of how the female brain drives the evolution of beauty in animals and humans

Darwin developed the theory of sexual selection to explain why the animal world abounds in stunning beauty, from the brilliant colors of butterflies and fishes to the songs of birds and f...[Read More]



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The Butterfly Effect , Edward D. Melillo


Published in: itune > Life Sciences,Books,Science & Nature,Ecology,Earth Sciences > Shooting Games | Published on 21/Dec/2020 12:51

2020-08-25T07:00:00Z
A fascinating, entertaining dive into the long-standing relationship between humans and insects, revealing the surprising ways we depend on these tiny, six-legged creatures.

Insects might make us shudder in disgust, but they are also responsible for many of the things we take for granted in our daily lives. When we bite into a shiny apple, listen t...[Read More]



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2017-04-24T07:00:00Z
What teeth can teach us about the evolution of the human species

Whether we realize it or not, we carry in our mouths the legacy of our evolution. Our teeth are like living fossils that can be studied and compared to those of our ancestors to teach us how we became human. In Evolution's Bite, noted paleoanthropologist Peter Ungar brings toge...[Read More]



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The Secret Lives of Bats , Merlin Tuttle


Published in: itune > Life Sciences,Books,Science & Nature,Ecology,Biographies & Memoirs,Biology > Shooting Games | Published on 21/Dec/2020 05:23

2015-10-20T07:00:00Z
Stories and science surrounding the beloved bat, from an ecologist who has dedicated his life to the curious creature.

Few people realize how sophisticated and intelligent bats are. Merlin Tuttle knows, and he has stopped at nothing to find and protect them on every continent they inhabit. Sharing highlights from a lifetime of adventure and discove...[Read More]



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Lone Survivors , Chris Stringer


Published in: itune > Life Sciences,Books,Science & Nature > Fun Games | Published on 29/Jun/2020 17:54

2012-03-13T07:00:00Z
A leading researcher on human evolution proposes a new and controversial theory of how our species came to be

In this groundbreaking and engaging work of science, world-renowned paleoanthropologist Chris Stringer sets out a new theory of humanity's origin, challenging both the multiregionalists (who hold that modern humans developed from ancient a...[Read More]



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Deep Ancestry , Spencer Wells


Published in: itune > Life Sciences,Books,Science & Nature,Nonfiction,Social Science > Fun Games | Published on 29/Jun/2020 16:57

2006-11-21T08:00:00Z
Travel backward through time from today's scattered billions to the handful of early humans who lived in Africa 60,000 years ago and are ancestors to us all.

In Deep Ancestry, scientist and National Geographic explorer Spencer Wells shows how tiny genetic changes add up over time into a fascinating story. Using scores of real-life examples, helpfu...[Read More]



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Stephen Jay Gould , Warren D. Allmon, Patricia Kelley & Robert Ross


Published in: itune > Life Sciences,Books,Science & Nature,Ecology > Fun Games | Published on 29/Jun/2020 08:30

2008-11-05T08:00:00Z
Considered by many during his lifetime as the most well-known scientist in the world, Stephen Jay Gould left an enormous and influential body of work. A Harvard professor of paleontology, evolutionary biology, and the history of science, Gould provided major insights into our understanding of the history of life. He helped to reinvigorate paleontology, launch macroe...[Read More]



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The Behavioral Ecology of the Tibetan Macaque , Jin-Hua Li, Lixing Sun & Peter M. Kappeler


Published in: itune > Life Sciences,Books,Science & Nature,Nonfiction,Social Science,Anthropology,Ecology,Health, Mind & Body,Psychology,Professional & Technical,Medical,Veterinary > Fun Games | Published on 29/Jun/2020 03:28

2019-11-18T08:00:00Z
This open access book summarizes the multi-disciplinary results of one of China's main primatological research projects on the endemic Tibetan macaque (Macaca thibetana), which had continued for over 30 years, but which had never been reported on systematically. Dedicated to this exceptional Old World monkey, this book makes the work of Chinese primatolo...[Read More]



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Entangled Life , Merlin Sheldrake


Published in: itune > Life Sciences,Books,Science & Nature,Nature,Biographies & Memoirs > Fighting Games | Published on 11/Feb/2020 03:57

2020-05-12T07:00:00Z
"Merlin Sheldrake's marvelous tour of these diverse and extraordinary life forms is eye-opening on why humans should consider fungi among the greatest of earth's marvels. . . . Wondrous."--Time 

A mind-bending journey into the hidden universe of fungi, "one of those rare books that can truly change the way you see the world around...[Read More]



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What a Plant Knows , Daniel Chamovitz


Published in: itune > Life Sciences,Books,Science & Nature,Lifestyle & Home,Gardening,Nature > Fighting Games | Published on 10/Feb/2020 13:34

2012-05-22T07:00:00Z
How does a Venus flytrap know when to snap shut? Can it actually feel an insect's tiny, spindly legs? And how do cherry blossoms know when to bloom? Can they actually remember the weather?

For centuries we have collectively marveled at plant diversity and form--from Charles Darwin's early fascination with stems to Seymour Krelborn's distorted doting in [Read More]



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The Bluefin Tuna Fishery in the Bay of Biscay , Jos? Luis Cort & Pablo Abaunza


Published in: itune > Life Sciences,Books,Science & Nature,Biology,Ecology > Educational Games | Published on 30/Sep/2019 06:22

2019-02-07T08:00:00Z
This open access book is an original contribution to the knowledge on fishing and research associated with one of the most enigmatic fish of our seas: bluefin tuna, Thunnus thynnus (L.). Based on available evidence, it reconstructs the possible methods used to catch large spawners in the Strait of Gibraltar thousands of years ago and describes the much more r...[Read More]



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