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is the title of chapter 11 in Charles Darwin's book "The Origin
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do scientists consider mutations to be the "driving force"
is Allopatric Speciation?
the term "bilaterally symmetrical"
what year did Linnaeus publish his book "Systema naturae"?
the Kingdom, Subkingdom, Division, Class, Subclass, Order, and
Family of the Plant called "Rhus"
are the most important Characteristics of group "Holothuroidea"
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