Extinction, Biology

EXTINCTION -

It refers to disappearance of a species from earth when its last surviving member dies.

Organic evolution not only creats new sps. but also eliminates some old ones.

Many sps. become extinct before man appeared as ostracodermi & dinosaurs.

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