a navigable, online encyclopedia of the entire evolutionary tree of life
Phylogeny concerns the evolutionary history and development of organisms, how they diverge and evolve from each other, and the relationships between them.
The Phylogeny Explorer is a navigable, online encyclopedia of the entire evolutionary tree of life. Navigate the cladogram, from root to tips, and see ancestral lineages branching like a a tree. Search for specific clades or species, and interact with the nodes at each branch to find out more information, including pictures, parent or child clades, and reference material.
Aron Ra is the creator and founder of the Phylogeny Explorer. He is a science educator, author, international speaker, and he has been a political activist, and Texas State and US National Leader for American Atheists.
Building the Phylogeny Explorer is a massive project that is volunteer led, widely international, and is comprised of individuals of various vocational and educational backgrounds, all bringing their own skills, insights, and creativity.
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The Phylogeny Explorer Project is a non-profit, educational foundation dedicated to housing the most current and quality biological research. It will set the standard for academic resources and peer review, all while providing a unique and better understanding of biological evolution.
With education for all at the heart of the project, the ultimate goal is to reach a full and inclusive audience, with multiple language translations, wide-ranging SEND (Special Education Needs & Disabilities) capabilities, dashboard options for youth and child audiences, and much more.
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