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Heredity, Natural Selection, and Evolution

Highlights of Evolution

What is the value of fossils to the study of evolution?

Fossils are the preserved remains of once living organisms. The value of fossils comes not only from the information they give us about the structures of those animals, but the placement of common fossils in the geologic layers also gives researchers a method for dating other, lesser-known samples.



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