On this page, provided by the Penn Libraries, you'll find many additional articles and supporting information about Your Inner Fish. More resources can be found here.
Neil Shubin and Your Inner Fish
Watch Neil Shubin discuss Tiktaalik roseae in "Tiktaalik: Fish Out Of Water."
Read the transcript from the PBS series Evolution where Neil Shubin describes "How Fish Came Ashore."
Learn more about information in Your Inner Fish
Read an issue of Devonian Times, "All the News That's in the Record."
Look up articles about fish and evolution in The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology (available via Access Science or Science Direct)
Libraries Exhibit: "The Evolution of Origin"
Aug. 25 - Nov. 16: Explore the refinements that the grandfather of evolution made to his famous work, originally titled On the Origin of Species (1859). The exhibit provides a glimpse into how Darwin's argument evolved in response to the criticisms of his contemporaries.
Read about fossil groups and paleontology from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Learn about local geology from The Pennsylvania Geological Survey.
Learn about the "living fossil fish" Coelacanth.
Browse the collection of fish fossils at The Virtual Fossil Museum.
Explore fossils and paleontology at The Paleontology Portal
Your inner superhero fish? Read about Namor the Sub-Mariner.
Read about the scholarly debate between Intelligent Design and Evolution, including an essay by Neil Shubin, at Edge: The Third Culture.
Watch clips from the PBS series, Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial which chronicles the historic case Kitzmiller v. Dover School District which barred the teaching of Intelligent Design from classrooms in Pennsylvania's Middle District. (Be sure to check out the clip of Neil Shubin in the "Defining Science" segment!)
Check out the National Center for Science Education's response to the pro-intelligent design film, Expelled, at Expelled Exposed
Discuss the evolution vs. intelligent design debate in the forum of the popular site Panda's Thumb.