Auagenesis The Origin and Evolution of Life in the Sea Doc ´ 320 pages

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Auagenesis The Origin and Evolution of Life in the Sea Doc ´ 320 pages ☆ Life on earth began in the sea and in this tour de force of natural history authority on marine biology and illustrator Richard Ellis chronicles than three billion years of auatic history From the first microbes and jawless fishes that Life on earth began in the sea and in this tour de force of natural history authority on marine biology and illustrator Richard Ellis chronicles than three billion years of auatic history From the first microbes and jawles Information overload which is a good thing but just a few factoids on what seems like every water related species that ever lived More images would have been nice but descriptions were vivid

Reader Û Auagenesis The Origin and Evolution of Life in the Sea ↠ Richard Ellis

Auagenesis is a fascinating work that will astonish readers with the wonder richness and complexity of the evolution of life uite simply the best account we now have of the origins of human life Te Christian Science Monit A little slow at a few moments but I actually found most of this book super fascinating especially the parts about the Burgess Shale fossils and the evolution of whales and dolphins And I really enjoyed the way that Ellis lays things out starting with the oldest and smallest known organisms and working up to the whales He explains things in a really interesting way as well; I'll definitely read of his work

Richard Ellis ↠ Auagenesis The Origin and Evolution of Life in the Sea Doc

Auagenesis The Origin and Evolution of Life in the SeaS fishes that evolved into the myriad species we know today sharks whales dolphins and of course humans Ellis reveals the deep evolutionary mysteries of the sea Encyclopedic in scope and complemented by than sixty drawings For such a fascinating topic the origin and evolution of marine animal life this book was pretty dry and not as interesting as it could have been It can be tricky going as there are many places where the text casually assumed a deeper level of knowledge regarding the variations in animal morphology and physiology than I possessedAlthough the ocean has a much wider variety of animals than the land something like 34 phyla versus 15 on land this book mostly although not exclusively deals with the better known vertebrates The most interesting chapter was the evolution of whales which is covered in great detail