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  • one year ago

How does the theory of evolution explain the similarities and differences among living organisms? I know that evolution explains the similarities and differences among living organisms, but how?

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  1. anonymous
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    similarities because organisms share ancestors and different because they adapted to different environments

  2. Rushwr
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    They take up different records and study them. Records are most likely to be fossil records, Chemical similarities in living organisms, Anatomical similarities, Genetic similarities, Sources of energy , geographical distribution of related species, ontogenesis and phylogenesis, transitional forms and mitochondrial DNA

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