Transitional Forms

It’s not true that there are no transitional forms. Every living (and dead) thing, including ourselves, is transitional between its ancestors and its descendants, both of which are different from itself. The ones that are best suited for their environment produce descendants, the rest don’t. Every generation’s DNA is different because it gets a mix of father and mother. Over time those differences get so great that they develop into new species. That is all evolution says.

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