How do the evolutionary principles of “natural selection” and “fitness” help to shape the overall behavior and development of the human species? According to the principles of evolution, what are some behaviors that might be “more likely” or “less likely” to be passed on to future generations, and why?

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  1. can some behaviours lead to increased survivability, reproductive advantage?

    What about cooking food, or bathing?

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