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Billy thinks evolution is slow and continuous. He believes in gradualism punctuated equilibrium convergent evolution.
Gradualism and punctuated equilibrium are two ways in which the evolution of a species can occur. A species can evolve by only one of these, or by both. [ Scientists think that species with a shorter evolution evolved mostly by punctuated equilibrium, and those with a longer evolution evolved mostly by gradualism. ]
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