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Humans developed antibiotics to fight bacterial infections. However, some antibiotics are no longer efective in killing the bacteria they once killed. How does the theory of evolution explain this?

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    Mutations allowed the bacteria to develop an immunity to the drug.

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    So did you find the answer. If you did tell me it and I will see if it is right.

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