Why did Darwin document and describe vestigial traits?

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Vestigial traits indicate that species change over time. This is an important pattern component of the theory of evolution and is inconsistent with the theory of special creation.

Vestigial traits result from divergent evolution. This is an important pattern component of the theory of evolution and is inconsistent with the theory of special creation.

Vestigial traits indicate that species do not change over time. This opposes the theory of evolution but is consistent with the theory of special creation.

Vestigial traits result from convergent evolution. This is an important pattern component of the theory of evolution and is inconsistent with the theory of special creation.

 

asked Dec 28, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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Vestigial traits indicate that species change over time. This is an important pattern component of the theory of evolution and is inconsistent with the theory of special creation.

 

answered Dec 28, 2012 by anonymous



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