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Darwin assumed that evolutionary change was always slow and gradual. What was the first evidence that suggested evolutionary change might happen fast sometimes?

a. homologous structures
b. fossils
c. reproduction rates*****?
d. DNA sequences

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asked by k.k
  1. nvm

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    posted by k.k
  2. nope it is fossils! 100% correct

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    posted by yes
  3. What are all the other ones!!

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  4. B
    D
    C
    C

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    posted by Jenny
  5. 1)B
    2)D
    3)C
    4)C
    Just took the test these were the answers I got!!! Hope it helped.

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  6. Annoneggs is right

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    posted by nuka
  7. thnx thay're all right

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    posted by Queen
  8. Thanks for the answers M8.

  9. There correct!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  10. u r a freakin boss

  11. i need friends who likes musical theatre and roblox

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  12. aLSO these are right :)

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