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Because of competition for food, the young of any species compete for survival. Those young who survive to produce the next generation tend to be characterised by favourable natural variations that are passed on by heredity (natural selection). Each generation may improve adaptively over the preceding generations, and this gradual and continual process is the source of evolution of the species.
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