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27 August, 22:17

The idea that life evolves through time was first suggested in ancient Greece, and it was favored by at least some scientists of the 18th and 19th centuries even before Charles Darwin proposed the theory of evolution. What is the key observational evidence that supports the idea that life on Earth has evolved through time?

The fossil record, revealed in geological layers of different ages, shows that life on Earth has become more complex over time. T/F

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  1. 27 August, 23:19
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    Yes it's true that the fossil record, revealed in geological layers of different ages, shows that life on Earth has become more complex over time.

    It supports the darwin's theory of evolution that the life before was simple in comparison with now as it has evolved into more complex forms. By studying fossils, scientists believe that the organisims has changed as the life on earth has evolved.
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