Natural Selection

In the theory of evolution, natural selection is the process in nature where an inheritable trait that aids in survivability of an organism is passed on to its descendants and is distributed within a species’ population.  Traits that do not enhance survivability are not passed on.  Natural Selection does not create information.  It works on traits that are already there by removing traits that do not aid in survival.

 

 

 

 
 
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