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As I Understand It, Evolution Is A Result Of Adaptation

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 6, 2001 02:30:00 UTC

Evolution is the result of adaptation over a long period. Sure, other factors contribute, like when bacteria leave traces of their DNA in our cells, but as a species adapts, it evolves. If the same species is kept in two different climates for a long enough period, it will ADAPT to fit the environment and eventually it will have adapted to the point where it will have EVOLVED so it cannot copulate with its counterparts in the other climate.

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