Key Stage 3 Module 2: Artificial selection

Central to Darwin’s theory of evolution was that species could change over time. A significant line of evidence came from his work with rabbits as both wild and pet rabbits were plentiful. Darwin saw artificial selection by breeders, to produce specific characteristics, as analogous to natural selection.

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