Convergent evolution, Biology

Convergent evolution is the development of the similar type of structures in distantly related organisms as a result of adapting to similar environments or strategies of life. For example: wings of birds and insects, the body shape of the sharks, dolphins, and the extinct marine reptiles called as ichthyosaurs.

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