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Which of the following is true about natural selection? a. Natural selection usually causes a species to change suddenly. b. Natural selection is the only cause of changes in a species. c. Natural selection does not cause a species to change. d. Natural selection usually causes a species to change gradually.

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  1. PRAETORIAN.10
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    Natural selection does not cause a species to change. it causes a species to die or live. there are other factors at work such as vestigial organs etc etc that determine the alteration of a specie in its biota and habitat

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