Write the answers to the questions by observing the figure below. Write the name of the animal ‘(a)’ in the figure. Write the name of the animal - Science and Technology 2

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Write the answers to the questions by observing the figure below.

(a) (b) (c)
  1. Write the name of the animal ‘(a)’ in the figure.
  2. Write the name of the animal ‘(b)’ in the figure.
  3. Write the name of the animal ‘(c)’ in the figure.
  4. Which evolutionary evidence is illustrated by this figure?
  5. Write the definition of that evidence for evolution.
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Solution

  1. ‘(a)’ - Duck billed platypus
  2. ‘(b)’ - Lungfish
  3. ‘(c)’ - Peripatus
  4. The evolutionary evidence illustrated in the given figure is connecting links.
  5. Definition: Connecting links are some plants or animals that show morphological characters by which they can be related to two different groups of organisms.
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