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This is an absolutely wonderful site that not only talks about the complex saga of invertebrate evolution but has some excellent explanation of the HOX genes and mutational mechanisms. It is my experience that all fear and opposition to the fact of evolution stems from  not understanding complexity and specifically the complexity of biological evolutionare mechanisms. I urge Creationists to read this if they wish to understand what they so aggressively oppose.

http://www.anu.edu.au/BoZo/backwell5/invertorigins.htm

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