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Zach Weinersmith and I contributed to Tiffany Taylor’s children’s book about evolution. Tiffany worked with scientists to create Seuss-style stories about evolutionary adaptations, and various artists created illustrations to go along with each story. Zach and I worked with Tiffany to share the story of how Euhaplorchis californiensis manipulates the behavior of California killifish (Fundulus parvipinnis). You can get the book on Amazon here, and they just made the pdf version of the ebook available for FREE here. Enjoy!

 

Great Adaptations

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