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Many scientists believe life was able to leave the water's edge and move further in on land, away from the water, due to the development of A. amniotic eggs. B. reptiles. C. better shelters. D. four-chambered hearts.
Weegy: C. better shelters. User: The graphic below represents a theory proposed by Lynn Margulis. Which statement below best corresponds with this theory? A. Larger eukaryotes engulfed smaller eukaryotes, eventually developing into animals and plants. B. Smaller prokaryotes engulfed larger prokaryotes, eventually developing into eukaryotic organisms. C. Larger prokaryotes engulfed smaller prokaryotes, eventually developing into eukaryotic organisms. D. Eukaryotic organisms engulfed prokaryotic organisms, eventually developing into animals and plants. (More)
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Lamarck's idea of "Acquired Traits" proposed that A. acquired traits are passed down from parent to offspring. B. acquired traits are not passed down from parent to offspring. C. in animals, traits that are used often will grow and change shape. D. in animals, traits that are not used often will shrink and change shape.
Weegy: A. acquired traits are passed down from parent to offspring User: Growing up, Darwin saw that farm animals with preferred traits were chosen for breeding. Those chosen animals usually produced offspring with the preferred traits. This best illustrates the process of A. evolution. B. natural selection. C. artificial selection. D. genetic engineering User: In the United States there are many types of rabbits. Four different species can have four different ranges or habitats. In which range would developing white fur in winter most likely not be an advantage? A. southwest states: Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado B. southern states: Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama C. northern states: Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Idaho, Wyoming, Minnesota D. northeast states: Maine, New York, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Ohio Weegy: A. southwest states: Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado (More)
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