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What were Darwin's Findings?

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Darwin found out that animals evolve gradually over time, and that this explanation whilst simple and seemingly improbable at the time is immensely powerful in terms of being able to explain all the diversity of life we see around us and how it can happen in non-teleological terms (that is without being goal orientated or following some great plan) to produce all the diversity that we see around us.
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