The theory of evolution explains that species change in small ways through a gradual process of natural selection that occurs over the course of many generations. these small changes can eventually lead to entirely new species. if a scientist discovered a sequence of dna that links the manatee (a marine mammal) to their land-dwelling ancestors, which explains the likely effect of this discovery on the theory of evolution?
Option D: The new discovery will further support the theory because it presents evidence that supports it.
we understand from the theory of evolution that there occurs changes in the species gradually over the time through process of natural selection. When a scientist discovers a sequence of DNA that links the marine mammal to their land dwelling ancestors,it further supports the theory as it presents the evidence. The sequence of DNA links ancestors species to the current one supporting the theory of evolution.
adds to current knowledge.
i believe the answer would be:
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which three statements are true about all alloys?