• anonymous
How might a comparison of the anatomy of two closely related animals such as lizards and snakes provide information about their evolutionary history?
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  • anonymous
Select one: a. A greater number of shared traits would mean they recently diverged from a common ancestor. b. The anatomical differences between them would indicate which evolved from the other. c. Physical traits shared between them would explain how they evolved in parallel, without relation. d. Shared traits would indicate they must have a close relative in common.
  • shrutipande9
its B i guess.
  • anonymous
Its d) because the anatomy would helps find that there similarities.Now this would mean they are relate but adapted in slightly different conditions.

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