How does one species of fruit fly turn into 800? How can environmental change and a differing food supply cause finches’ bills to change size and shape?
These are two questions, among others, you can find answers to when you “Explore Evolution” at the Sam Noble Museum. From rapidly growing viruses to whales that walked, learn about the evolution of life and earth’s organisms.
The exhibit considers seven interpretive areas focusing on cutting-edge scientific research and illustrates how the evolutionary principles of variation, inheritance, selection and time are at work in different organisms. Visit Sam Noble Museum and explore!