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Biology 14.2 SR

Biology- Evolution: A Retreat from Science 14.2 SR

Microevolution all the diversity that we see in human race today comes form an original couple
Macroevolution new kinds of creatures emerge from existing kinds over time
Why does a lack of transitional forms pose problems for the evolutionary hypothesis? Because if evolution were true- if organisms have gradually changed into other organisms over time- there would be countless fossils of transitional forms. However there is actually large gaps w/ no transitional forms
Name the fossil fish that was supposed to be a "missing link" between fish and amphibians until a live specimen was caught in the 1930s. coelacanth
What detail suggests that the well-known "horse series" is not a series at all? because the "horse series" is actually a collection of unrelated mammals that share similar overall body plans
Which famous "early human" fossil turned out to be a hoax crafted from the jaw fragment of an orangutan? Piltdown Man
Which supposed "missing link" in the evolution of man was constructed from what proved to be the tooth of an extinct pig. Nebraska Man
What name has been given to the human fossils discovered in Germany's Neander Valley? Neanderthal Man
What are some of the differences between man and ape? Which is most important? Man has a larger cranial capacity, smaller jawbone, and smaller canine teeth, though the most important is that he was created in the image of God
Name three supposed "missing links" between apes and humans which were concluded to be extinct species of apes.
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