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Unformatted text preview: done by changing their bodies, as their habitat changed from terrestrial to aquatic, the needs for limbs became less with time, they are able to move faster and hide in smaller locations from predators, therefore more likely to survive, reproduce and pass this adjustment to future generations. This is an example of how species responds and evolve to their environment in order to survive; as observed by Darwin, many organisms changed their bodies with favorable variations in order to survive an reproduce at a higher rate, which is the evolution by natural selection (Charles Darwin)....
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- Spring '09