Darwin’s Theory on Evolution


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Darwin’s Theory on Evolution
The topic for this paper is Darwin’s theory on Evolution. This theory presumes that life evolves from a common genetic pool and throughout generations genetic traits modify when a species reproduces with another species or when a population migrates from one to another. These traits are passed on during the reproduction process into an offspring. The species that are able to adapt survive and those that are not able to adapt become extinct. As a result of the transference of the traits diversity develops in creation. This theory is based on the theory of natural selection according to Darwin ‘On the Origin of Species’ published in 1859.
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