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Convergent evolution is the process that makes species develop similarly, although independently of each other, as a result of having similar ecological roles and selection pressure. This gives credibility to the idea of "natural selection": greater reproductive success of different phenotypes resulting from the interaction of organisms with their environment. Convergent evolution shows that natural selection is a strong driving force of change. Due to the similarities in environments and external stimuli, species adapt similarly in order to function more efficiently.…
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