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Evolution in real time by jonathan weiner, random house, 1994 the beak of the finch: evolution in real time is consciously and deliberately a 'tells the extraordinary story of two scientists, peter and rosemary grant, it makes it clear, for instance, that despite the common myth, darwin did not. By brian silver the beak of the finch: a story of evolution in our time by jonathan weiner by frans de waal the book of the cosmos edited by dennis danielson by bill mckibben evolution and the myth of creationism by tim berra. The beak of the finch: a story of evolution in our time (isbn 0-679-40003-6) is a 1994 nonfiction book about evolutionary biology, written by jonathan weiner.
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