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Chromosome Numbers & Common Ancestry

Evolutionary theory and common ancestry explain why humans have one fewer pair of chromosomes than our closest relatives, the great apes.

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Scurvy, Vitamin C, & Common Ancestry

Unlike most vertebrate animals, humans and other primates are unable to synthesize their own Vitamin C. Researchers used evolutionary theory to understand why.

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Endogenous Retroviruses & Common Ancestry

The evidence of endogenous retroviruses clearly demonstrates that modern organisms share common ancestry, confirming the predictions made by the theory of evolution.

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Intermediate Forms & Common Ancestry

The claim is often made that there are no intermediate forms in the fossil record.
What does the evidence actually say?

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Transitional Fossils & Common Ancestry

Explore several examples of fossil intermediate forms that were predicted using evolutionary theory prior to their eventual discovery.

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