Top 5 Evidences for Evolution by Natural Selection

The positive response to my last article on this topic, a Beginner’s Guide to Evolution, has convinced me to write another one. This time listing the five findings in fields like paleontology, genetics, microbiology, etc. which confirm that life on Earth evolved from unrecognizably different ancestral forms.

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