Darwin 200: Beneath the surface

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You might think that once evolution has found one way to get something done, it will stick with it. But similar physical forms can hide radically different wiring, finds Tanguy Chouard.

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See pages 281, and 295, and the Darwin special at http://www.nature.com/darwin.Tanguy Chouard is a senior editor at Nature.

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Chouard, T. Darwin 200: Beneath the surface. Nature 456, 300–303 (2008) doi:10.1038/456300a

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