Morphing Arachnids Using Phylogenies for Time Travel
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Actually, six years since this video was published here, ¿what you think about Pseudoscorpions evolutive lineage? ¿What has changed?
This was pretty sweet but i still belive that god created the world and the animals and every thing that lives on this world and in the galaxy.
The animation was produced by museum staff with a multi-media consultant and is based on scientific research going on in several institutions. Glad you liked it!
wtf is that thing at 1:28
Can you tell me the names of the 9 groups that appear there? thank you!
Man, I would have problems eating arachnids
Its a Tailless Whip Scorpion (Amblypygi) which are pretty interesting if you study into them. Don't worry, they are completely harmless to humans.
This is great!
can you do this with other phylogenies?
Cool, but a bit odd at 1:25
This is fantastic.
I'm a co-founder of a group that makes work about the tree of life. Can I please has the contact details for the person that made this. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
The groups featured on the animation are Horseshoe crabs, sea scorpions, scorpions, pseudoscorpions, wind scorpions, mites and ticks, spiders, tailess whip scorpions and whip scorpions.
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