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Darwin's finches seen as still changing today

July 17, 2006

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EVOLUTION Want to see evolution in action but don't have hundreds of thousands of years for observations? If you're watching some of the finches Charles Darwin famously observed on the Galapagos Islands, all you need is a good pair of binoculars, a bit of luck, and some patience, according to a new study on how competition can drive evolution in ... (Full article: 797 words)

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