Darwin's 4 Postulates
Juan Pablo Treviño
- Species are variable
- Variations are passed along to offspring
- Each generation produces more amount of species that can survive
- Survival and reproduction are not random
These four postulates are the cause of Natural Selection according to the great scientist Charles Darwin.
Species are Variable
Variation is passed along to offspring
Each Generation produces more amount of Species that can Survive
Survival and Reproduction are not Random
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