Transitional Form

A transitional form is an intermediate state between two other states. For example, in the theory of evolution Archaeopteryx is supposed to be a transitional form between dinosaurs and birds since it has traits of both. Transitional forms are said to be found in the fossil record and/or living organisms.

 

 

 

 
 
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