Evolution, Biology

Evolution can be explained as follows
 1) The change in the life over time by adaptation, over-reproduction, variation and differential survival/reproduction, a procedure referred to by Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace as the natural selection.
2) Descent with modification occuring.

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