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The Sandwalk Adventures: An Adventure in Evolution Told in Five Chapters

by Jay Hosler

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Evolution and natural selection explained by Darwin to a follicle mite living in his eyebrow. The mites have a belief that Darwin is a god named Flycatcher who created all species - so he has to provide the tools so that Mara, a young mite, can refute the "old stories." ( )
1 vote | beckydj | Mar 30, 2013 |
The more I read this story, the funnier and more insightful it seemed. I’ve never before found this particular philosophical debate this entertaining or educational.
 
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Darwin engages in discussions with follicle mites that live in his left eyebrow, setting the record straight about natural selection.

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