The Zoonomia project is an international endeavor to comprehend how the mammalian genomes can give rise to such a wide variety of unique animals. Since mammals have been evolving for the past 100 million years, they can be found on Earth in almost every type of environment. We can learn more about biology and how differences have developed over the course of evolution by comparing the genomes of these different animals. These revelations may offer fresh insights into sickness and may also help us understand the physiology of our own bodies.The scientists who created Zoonomia have recently released a number of papers, including an introduction in Science. The reports outline the findings from a comparison of the genomes of 240 species, including animals like the aardvark, bison, capybara, narwhal, tiger, and zebu.