What three major lines of evidence did Darwin use to argue that species have changed through time?

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Darwin's evidence was that (1) fossils frequently resemble species found in the same area today, (2) many species have gone extinct, and (3) vestigial traits are common.

Darwin's evidence was that (1) fossils frequently resemble species found in the same area today; (2) structural, developmental, and genetic homologies are widespread; and (3) vestigial traits are common.

Darwin's evidence was that (1) closely related species often live in the same geographic region; (2) structural, developmental, and genetic homologies are widespread; and (3) vestigial traits are common.

Darwin's evidence was that (1) closely related species often live in the same geographic region, (2) many species have gone extinct, and (3) vestigial traits are common.

 

asked Dec 28, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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Darwin's evidence was that (1) fossils frequently resemble species found in the same area today, (2) many species have gone extinct, and (3) vestigial traits are common.

 

answered Dec 28, 2012 by anonymous

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