Shouldn’t we be used to this “no change in 20 million years” stuff by now?
A community of lizards from the Caribbean, preserved for 20 million years in amber, have been found to be identical to their modern cousins, say researchers.
“Most of ours had full skeletons, and details of the skin were impressed on the amber, providing very detailed images of tiny scales on the body and on the sticky toe pads,” she adds. More.
What if we just changed our default assumption? Change doesn’t usually or randomly happen. Most of the time it doesn’t happen at all.
And when it does happen, Darwinblather doesn’t explain it.
Who knows, a science could come out of all this.
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