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Evolution (DK Eyewitness Books) КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО,ФОТО-ВИДЕО, ЖИВОПИСЬ и РИСОВАНИЕ Автор:Linda Gamlin Название:Evolution (DK Eyewitness Books)Издательство:DK little ones Год:2009Формат:PDFРазмер:42 MbДля сайта: www.mirknig.comReview...a mini museum among the covers of a e-book. [Eyewitness sequence] -- the hot York TimesThese books' amazing visible influence will attract even the main informal readers. [Eyewitness sequence] -- institution Library magazine --This textual content refers back to the Hardcover variation. Product DescriptionThe so much depended on nonfiction sequence out there, Eyewitness Books supply an in-depth, complete examine their topics with a distinct integration of phrases and photographs. Eyewitness Evolution is DK's vintage examine Charles Darwin and the speculation of average choice, now reissued with a CD and wall chart. fifty one

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King penguin Red-throated diver 39 How new species are formed A  D called his book The Origin of Species, he said very little about how new species might arise. ” Today, the process is better understood, although there are still disagreements about the details. In general, most new species arise when a population becomes cut off from the rest of its kind, especially if it then lives in conditions that differ from those of the parent species. This might happen, for example, when birds are blown off course and reach distant islands (p.

DARWIN’S HOBBY In addition to his horse, Darwin kept rabbits, chickens, ducks, and pigeons. He crossed all the different breeds of pigeon and was surprised that the young often had the same colors as the rock dove, even if neither parent had them. He realized that the rock dove must be the ancestor of them all. PIGEON BREEDS These are some of the many different breeds of pigeon that Darwin studied. He felt that if so much change could come about through selective breeding, then similar changes could occur through the action of natural forces alone.

For the loon, upright walking may evolve in time. A “watchmaker” might have made the loon more mobile on land by standing it upright, or by adding another pair of legs near the middle. King penguin Red-throated diver 39 How new species are formed A  D called his book The Origin of Species, he said very little about how new species might arise. ” Today, the process is better understood, although there are still disagreements about the details. In general, most new species arise when a population becomes cut off from the rest of its kind, especially if it then lives in conditions that differ from those of the parent species.

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