Adaptation, Biology

Adaptation is the tendency of an organism to suit its environment; one of the main points of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by the natural selection: organisms adapt to their environment. The organisms which best adapted will have a greater chance of surviving and passing their genes on to next generation.

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