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traces or remains of ancient life
a) fossils b) natural selection c) adaptation d) biodiversity
numbers of different species in an area
a) fossils b) natural selection c) adaptation d) biodiversity
mechanism for species' change over time
a) fossils b) natural selection c) adaptation d) biodiversity
dolphin's flipper or a bird's wing
a) fossils b) natural selection c) adaptation d) biodiversity
a large-scale disappearance of many species
a) mass extinction b) fossil record c) fossil d) common ancestor
A(n) ___ is the disappearance of many species in a short time.
a) natural selection b) adaptation c) fossil d) mass extinction
Species adapt to the environment through the processes fo mutation and ___.
a) natural selection b) biodiversity c) captive breeding d) fossil formation
Dinosaur bones are examples of ___.
a) species b) adaptations c) fossils d) biodiversity
New species can form when ___ split into small groups.
a) fossils b) populations c) adaptations d) biodiversity
Tropical rain forests have high ___ compared with deserts.
a) species b) fossil records c) biodiversity d) temperatures
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