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What did Charles Darwin observed on the Galapagos islands?

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Question asked by: viktor

Asked on: 19 Nov 2008

He observed finches that had different types of beak.

He noticed that these were suited to certain purposes such as the seeds and plants where each finch lived.

He deduced this showed they had evolved over time from a common species.

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Replied at: 23 Nov 2008
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