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Why Are Analogous Structures a Result of Convergent Evolution? - Biology

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Why are analogous structures a result of convergent evolution?

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Analogous structures are the result of convergent evolution as they have arisen in the evolutionary process through adaptation of quite different organisms to a similar mode of life.

Concept: Adaptive Radiation
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