Evolution - Adnan Ahmad Shafique Biological Evolution Prof....

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Adnan Ahmad Shafique Biological Evolution Prof. Muehlbauer January 14, 2007 One of the most important traits, which help living organisms survive, other than their experience and learned behavior, is their instinct. It is quite amazing how without any previous experience, knowledge or practice they can perform certain activities and actions which enable them to survive and move on with their life cycles. These actions are not learned rather they are in their nature and are performed without the involvement of any thought process. The steps involved in the activities are merely a series of actions that are performed one by one, each coming after the other in a predefined sequence by nature. Mostly if any one of the actions in the sequence is altered the organism loses track of the process and gets confused. Like the caterpillar who, when making its hammock if is shifted to another one which is more complete, starts from the point where he was in his original hammock. This shows us that the process of building was taking place totally
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