The Study Of Evolution And Evolution

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THE STUDY OF EVOLUTION
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The study of Evolution has been a hot topic of controversy over the last two centuries. The definition of evolutionary biology itself generally refers to an area of biological study mixed with the study of the evolutionary processes that are produced by the diversity of life on Earth. This tour of centuries ago, the one you are about to take will help you gain a better understanding of not only those who have influenced the theories of evolution, but also a few pieces of evidence of evolution that help support the theory itself.

The history of evolution

The theory of evolutionary biology that was formalized by Charles Darwin is just like any
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Together with Alfred Russel Wallace, they introduced a scientific theory that branched patterns of evolution, resulting in a process called natural selection.

He developed his ideas by observing many animals on the Galapagos Islands. He noticed that certain species in one geographical area was different from the same species in another field. At Galapagos Island, Charles discovered evidence of animal fossils that could help him prove the theory of natural selection. Many animals that Charles examined were; the land iguana, the marine iguana, saddle back Tortoise, the Flightless Cormorant and the cormorant.

Scenic locations on Galapagos Island

In addition, here are a few scenic locations located on the Galapagos Islands. One scenic area of Galapagos Island is Bartolome and Pinnacle Rock.

One of the smaller islands in the Galápagos Archipelago is Bartolomé Island, which has its unique feature known as the Pinnacle Rock. This rock has the most famous views of the islands. Bartolomé lies south of the equator and east of the larger island known as San Salvador Island. Being one of the most visited islands, Bartolomé is covered with volcanic ashes and hardened lava mountain flows. As visitors arrive at the steps outlined by the volcanic shoreline, they make their way up hundreds of steps made by Galapagos’ native wood mounted by lava, reaching
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