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    Evidence for Evolution:

    1. Paleontology

    2. Comparative Anatomy

    3. Comparative Biochemistry

    4. Comparative Embryology

    5. Geographic Distribution

    6. Parallel Adaptation 

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    Geology:

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    Fossil Formation:

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    Day 2: You wake up to a beautiful Montana morning and you hurry back out to the dig site. The rock layers that hold your fossils are very hard and only give up three more specimens. As the day ends you make your way back to camp for another try at assembling the mystery animal.

    Remove 3 additional fossils from your envelope.

    Take 5 minutes to assemble all 7 bones and make notes in your data chart. What kind of animal do you think this is now? Is your

    original hypothesis supported?

    The Great Fossil Find Continues!

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