PHOTO AND ILLUSTRATION CREDITS

Executive and Managing Editor

Stephen Mautner


Sponsoring Editor

Dick Morris


Book Design

Francesca Moghari


Cover Design

Michele de la Menardiere


Photo Research

Christine Hauser


Production Manager

Dorothy Lewis


t = top; b = bottom; l = left; r = right


Front Cover (tl) red chrysanthemum, Stockbyte; (tr) Monarch butterfly, Don Farrall/Photographer’s Choice; (bl) Sin Nombre virus particles at 171,000 magnification, Digital Stock; (br) orangutan, Ryan McVay; x view of Earth, Photodisc; xvi flock of shorebirds, Photodisc; 2 (tl) Nunavut valley, Ted Daeschler/Academy of Natural Sciences/VIREO; (bl) Tiktaalik fossil, Shubin Lab, University of Chicago; (r) drawing of Tiktaalik fin skeleton, Kalliopi Monoyios; 5 airplane passengers, Reuters/Corbis; 6 wheat field, Agricultural Research Service; 7 Trinidadian guppies, Sean Earnshaw and Anne Magurran; 8 loggerhead turtle laying eggs, Lynda Richardson/Corbis; 9 ethanol gas pump, U.S. Department of Energy; 16 meerkats, Photodisc; 19 (t) Hubble Space Telescope deep field image of distant galaxies, NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI), and the HUDF Team; (br) Hubble Space Telescope image of planetary disk in foreground of star, D. Padgett (IPAC/Caltech), W. Brandner (IPAC), K. Stapelfeldt (JPL), and NASA; 20 scientists viewing monitor, Agricultural Research Service; 21 stromatolites at Carbla Point, Shark Bay, Western Australia, photo by Jere H. Lipps, February 16, 2002; (inset) cyanobacterium Microcoleus chthonoplastes, NASA Microbes Image Gallery; 23 transitional bird-like fossil, courtesy Hailu You, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences; 24 chimpanzee in the wild, Michael D. Carleton, Curator of Mammals, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution; 25 (bl) dolphins, Captain Budd Christmann, NOAA Corps; (br) great white shark, Oxford Scientific/Photolibrary; 26 (b) Hawaiian Drosophila, Kevin Kaneshiro; 28 nine-banded armadillo, Eric and David Hosking/Corbis; 29 polytene chromosome from a Drosophila larva, photograph courtesy Hampton L. Carson, based on an original photograph by Harrison D. Stalker, Washington University, St. Louis; 30 drawing of Drosophila and mouse embryos, Sean Carroll; 32 skeleton of Dorudon, Philip Gingerich and the University of Michigan; 33 Laetoli footprints, John Reader/Science Photo Library; 36 rainbow heliconia, Photodisc; 40 H. Pylori bacterium with flagella, Visuals Unlimited/Corbis; 41 drawing of eyes in living mollusks, reprinted with permission from Encyclopædia Britannica, © 2005 by Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.; 42 Colorado River, National Park Service; 46 diatoms in fresh water, Photodisc; Back Cover (l) starfish, Slede Prels/Photodisc.



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PHOTO AND ILLUSTRATION CREDITS Executive and Managing Editor Stephen Mautner t = top; b = bottom; l = left; r = right Sponsoring Editor Front Cover (tl) red chrysanthemum, Stockbyte; (tr) Dick Morris Monarch butterfly, Don Farrall/Photographer’s Choice; (bl) Sin Nombre virus particles at 171,000 magnifica- Book Design tion, Digital Stock; (br) orangutan, Ryan McVay; x view Francesca Moghari of Earth, Photodisc; xvi flock of shorebirds, Photodisc; 2 (tl) Nunavut valley, Ted Daeschler/Academy of Cover Design Natural Sciences/VIREO; (bl) Tiktaalik fossil, Shubin Michele de la Menardiere Lab, University of Chicago; (r) drawing of Tiktaalik fin skeleton, Kalliopi Monoyios; 5 airplane passengers, Photo Research Reuters/Corbis; 6 wheat field, Agricultural Research Christine Hauser Service; 7 Trinidadian guppies, Sean Earnshaw and Anne Magurran; 8 loggerhead turtle laying eggs, Production Manager Lynda Richardson/Corbis; 9 ethanol gas pump, U.S. Dorothy Lewis Department of Energy; 16 meerkats, Photodisc; 19 (t) Hubble Space Telescope deep field image of dis- tant galaxies, NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI), and the HUDF Team; (br) Hubble Space Telescope image of planetary disk in foreground of star, D. Padgett (IPAC/Caltech), W. Brandner (IPAC), K. Stapelfeldt (JPL), and NASA; 20 scientists viewing monitor, Agricultural Research Service; 21 stromatolites at Carbla Point, Shark Bay, Western Australia, photo by Jere H. Lipps, February 16, 2002; (inset) cyanobacte- rium Microcoleus chthonoplastes, NASA Microbes Image Gallery; 23 transitional bird-like fossil, courtesy Hailu You, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences; 24 chimpanzee in the wild, Michael D. Carleton, Curator of Mammals, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution; 25 (bl) dolphins, Captain Budd Christmann, NOAA Corps; (br) great white shark, Oxford Scientific/Photolibrary; 26 (b) Hawaiian Drosophila, Kevin Kaneshiro; 28 nine-banded armadillo, Eric and David Hosking/Corbis; 29 polytene chromo- some from a Drosophila larva, photograph courtesy Hampton L. Carson, based on an original photograph by Harrison D. Stalker, Washington University, St. Louis; 30 drawing of Drosophila and mouse embryos, Sean Carroll; 32 skeleton of Dorudon, Philip Gingerich and the University of Michigan; 33 Laetoli footprints, John Reader/Science Photo Library; 36 rainbow heli- conia, Photodisc; 40 H. Pylori bacterium with flagella, Visuals Unlimited/Corbis; 41 drawing of eyes in living mollusks, reprinted with permission from Encyclopædia Britannica, © 2005 by Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.; 42 Colorado River, National Park Service; 46 diatoms in fresh water, Photodisc; Back Cover (l) starfish, Slede Prels/Photodisc. Science, evolution, and creationiSm 70

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