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charles darwin

species a group of similar organisms that can mate with other and produce fertile offspring.
fossil preserved remains or traces of an organism that lived in the passed.
adaptation a trait an organism survive and reproduce .
theory a well-tested Concept that explains many observatons.
overproduction an effect caused by species producing more offspring than can survive.
variations any differenves in individuals of the same species.
competition organisms competing for resources
natural selection a process in wich individuals with traits that help them survive in their envioronment are able to survive and reproduce.
charles darwin theory theory of evolution by natural selection.
charles darwin's famous book on evolution on the origin of species.
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