Evidences of Evolution

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Lisa Lan TA: Michelle McCrackin (SLN 10181) Evidences of Evolution 1. Fossils are the remains of evidence of some organism that lived long ago. If  someone was to look at a fossil that is millions of year old, it would not exactly look  like the modern-day organism because it could have evolved over that time, or the  fossil has not retained very well and has decomposed. 2. Both the whale and dolphin embryos are vertebrate embryos.  Their commonality of  having both hind legs suggests common descent. 3. Since the very first bacteria is one of the very first life on earth developed in the  Precambrian period, vertebrates developed in the late Ordovician period, the  gymnosperms diversified in the Permian period, and the fungi during the Tertiary  period, the character that is possessed most likely evolved during the late Tertiary  period.  4. According to the information on The Thylacine Museum website, 
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