Which of the following best describes an example of evidence from the fossil record that supports the theory of evolution? Answer Fossils of a species that survived on land found in an area that is now covered by water Fossil of an extinct species found in a geographic location far away from any similar fossils Fossils of an intermediate species found in between rock layers in which two closely related species are found Fossils of one species found in a much older rock layer than a layer in which fossils of similar species were found
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the ifrst one as it shows that the water organisms have evolved into land dwelling organisms. medal please XDXD
c) Fossils of an intermediate species found in between rock layers in which two closely related species are found. This is because millions of fossils, which are found in well dated rocks are use to show evolution of organisms, usually from the simple form to the complex. The intermediate species in this question shows progression of form between the two closely related species, which can be used to support the theory of evolution.
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