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Over time, a tadpole changes into a frog. Has it evolved? No, because its genes are still the same. No, because its body did not change enough. Yes, because its structural form changed over
time. Yes, because its genes have changed.
C. Yes, because its structural form changed over time.
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I say no because their genes dont change they have the same genes
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