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21 April, 08:57

According to Darwin's theory of evolution, how are the finches that live on the Galapagos Islands similar to members of a family tree? All of the finches share similar traits. All of the finches share common ancestors. All of the finches are able to reproduce. All of the finches are adapted to survive the same conditions.

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  1. 21 April, 10:06
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    the correct answer will be option B (finches share common ancestors).

    Explanation:

    Family tree is a visual document showing the family history (ancestors) of an individual resembling shape of a tree with the oldest generations at the top while the newer generations at the bottom.

    Darwin's finches is a group of 14 closely related species with different beak shapes and sizes living on Galapagos islands.

    Darwin realized that finches showed the mechanism of adaptive radiation in which one species diversified into many species to exploit a wide range of habitats and all finches arose from one common ancestor.

    thus, option B is the correct answer.
  2. 21 April, 10:22
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    They share common ancestors
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