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Evoloution science

Fossils Fossils Are the remains, an imprint or a trace of life from an earlier time. There are five types of Fossils. Mineralized Fossils a piece of wood or Bone replaced by minerals
Embryology Embryology is the study of embryos and their development specifically, scientists look at similaraties and differnces.
Homologous Structures Homologus Structures are body parts with differing functions buy, surprisingly similar structures. This indicates that they have a similar origin
Vestigial Structures body parts that have little or no function. These Parts show a relation with creatures that had use for these body parts
DNA Scientist compare DNA from living creatures to find similarities in Dna to show evolutionary Realationships. The closer the DNA the closer the evolutionary Realationships
Created by: wadenola