Throughout the book, I spend a lot of time talking about the fossil record and adaptations, explaining what they are and why they're important to evolutionary study. But in this part, I list the fossils and adaptations that are particularly fun or revealing.
I also include the only response you're going to find to the challenges people throw at evolution. The purpose of these challenges isn't to clarify the science of evolution but to promote a particular theology. Unfortunately, the challengers do this by misstating scientific facts, which I clear up in this part.
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