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Who is the father of evolution


Question asked by: kim boul

Asked on: 13 Feb 2010

The father of evolution is Charles Darwin who is famous for developing the theory.

Although others had mooted the idea beforehand he was the one that developed it into a full blown theory and showed how the beaks of certain finches had changed in order to adapt to the type of food that they ate such as a fatter beak or a thinner beak depending what sort of flowers and berries it was that they were eating.

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Replied at: 13 Feb 2010
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