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Today's "Planet Earth Report" --Warp-Speed Evolution is Transforming the Planet

Darwin thought evolution was too slow to change the environment on observable timescales. Ecologists are discovering that he was wrong. Rapid evolution can sometimes offset some of the detrimental effects of a warming climate and other known drivers of change;...        
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