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Similarities between seemingly unrelated organisms can be explained by Darwin s theory that organisms come from common ancestors. true or false
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Similarities between seemingly unrelated organisms can be explained by Darwin's theory that organisms come from common ancestors. TRUE.

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A scientist would study the relationship between the frogamander and modern frogs and salamanders by: Creating a phylogenic tree.

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