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The pattern of evolution shown in the finches above is known as A. convergent evolution. B. coevolution. C. mass evolution. D. adaptive radiation.

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    @jandjhomeschool its C. mass evolution.

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    D. adaptive radiation

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    "Four of the 14 finch species found on the Galápagos Archipelago, are thought to have evolved by an adaptive radiation that diversified their beak shapes to adapt them to different food sources"...

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