What are some evidences of Darwin’s theory?
Most of the evidence for evolution comes from fossil records. Many living animals also support Darwin’s theory. For example, Mediterranean bee orchids may look like. But they cannot interbreed, proving that they belong to different species, but have a common ancestor. There is a strong resemblance between a bat’s wing and a dolphin’s flipper, suggesting a common ancestor once again. The arms and hands of chimpanzees are very similar to other vertebrates. The armadillo’s forelimb is short and sturdy to digging, while horses’ legs have become adapted for running.