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Recent Blog Post

Evolution as "survival of the laziest"?

Published 2018-09-18

Photo: University of Kansas Evolution by natural selection is often described as “survival of the fittest”, but a new study suggests that some organisms may have a different evolutionary strategy for success: laziness. In the journal, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, researchers provide evidence that species with lower energy requirements may be less likely to go extinct. In the study, the researchers analyzed the metabolic rates of 299 species of bivalves and gastropods in the Western Atlantic, both extinct and extant. They found that during a 5-million-year period, high... (more)