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Did you know that thanks to a common little snail that you can find in your garden, in the park or under a hedge, you can see evolution in your own back yard? OK, so evolution is a very slow process. Life on Earth started about three-and-a-half billion years ago! It's the tiny changes accumulating over a long, long time that got us here. And you can see some of those tiny steps by joining the Evolution MegaLab. [Information of the supplier]
The two species they are interested in are called Cepaea nemoralis and Cepaea hortensis.
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Evolution of animals (591.38);
Treatments of animals by specific continents, countries, localities (591.9);
Gastropoda (Snails and slugs) (594.3)
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