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In his book On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, first published in 1859, Charles Darwin describes evolution and evidence supporting the theory. Development of evolutionary theory did not end with Darwin; additional data and evidence continue to add to our understanding of the mechanisms of evolution.

Which of the following describes types of evidence that Darwin included in Origin of Species?


Artificial selection, comparative anatomy, and fossils.


Artificial selection, DNA sequencing, and fossils.


Fossils, radioisotope dating, and plate tectonics.


Comparative anatomy, DNA sequencing, and radioisotope dating.

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