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Red in Tooth and Claw

During 1833, Arthur Henry Hallam died suddenly and unexpectedly. This would be one of those sad but unremarkable facts of history were it not for his close friendship with Alfred Lord Tennyson. Tennyson spent the next 17 years struggling with … Continue reading

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Creation, Flood and Biogeography: Part 3

Effects of the Flood on Biogeographic Distributions We have no information about the distributions of plants and animals at creation. The flood would have destroyed whatever distributional patterns might have been present. Most present species distributions probably do not date … Continue reading

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Creation, Flood and Biogeography: Part 1

Introduction: What is Biogeography? Biogeography is the study of the distributions of living organisms. The major goal of biogeography is to explain why different regions of the earth are inhabited by different types of organisms. Biogeographers seek to discover what … Continue reading

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