Charles Darwin's Observation Of Galapagos Finches

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Charles Darwin was the father of the revolutionary theory called evolution. This theory stated that species would would adapt to their environment by slow changing the species through millions of generations. To prove this theory Darwin examined animals from different island in the galapagos islands. One of his more well known observations is his observation of the galapagos finches. When Darwin observed the finches he realized they were all similar but some had different wing colors or different beaks. The finches all had beaks that suited the type of food on their respective island. Some had beaks better for holding fruit while other beaks were better for grabbing insects. Eventually Darwin figured out that all of the finches came from a

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