Darwin's Theory Of Natural Selection
Explain Darwin's theory of natural selection?
After intensive observations and study, English naturalist and biologist Charles Darwin argued that environmental pressures, such as changes in climate, the presence of predators, and competition for food or mates lead to the survival of those better adapted. As the weaker and less adaptable die out, the species changes. This is natural selection.
While on his five-year voyage on the HMS Beagle, Darwin visited the Galapagos Islands. One of his important observations was that of the marine iguanas, who were the only aquatic lizards of their species. The amazing adaptation of these iguanas to...
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