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Natural Selection, yadda yadda

How do bacteria become more resistant to antibiotics? They are around them, so they adapt, and learn how to resist them.
What are vestigial structures? Structures that we have, but no longer need.
What are some examples of vestigial structures? Tail bone in humans, leg bones in whales
How do fossils help prove evolution? We can see the structure of the species from long ago and compare it to species today.
What are some examples of homologous structures? The structure of an arm/leg/fin in various animals
What is natural selection? Individual plants/animals have qualities that give them better skills for survival and successful reproduction. The genes for those better qualities are then passed on to their offspring.
Created by: zoewatkins