PonyLover, there's no need to prove anything to you. If your question means that you genuinely want to know, the evidence is there in the development of species in isolated areas -- Australia among them. It's there in the fossil records and even in the human body. The coccyx, a vestigial tail bone, is only the best known. The Internet makes it possible to do your own research quickly and easily. If you need help, leave a note and I'll suggest a few links.
Well, if you really care about truth and not arguing or just your opinion then look up one of the many books on this subject and the whole story will be there, plus why they believe it happened that way. One thing I can name presently is DNA evidence, which demonstrates exactly the development that would be expected if life on earth evolved.
Evolution: Man n Woman meet. Sperm n egg collide. Fetus is made. Fetus grows. After a period of 9 months baby comes out of Woman. Baby gets bigger n taller n educated. Then posts a question on Ask.com That my friend is true evolution.
If you really want to understand and accept the science of evolution there are tens of thousands of websites and books you can research, and they would be much more informational then anyone here could give you. If on the other hand this is just a troll to induce a debate then I believe you wouldn't accept the truth if our ancestor Lucy came through time and offered to shake your hand, in which case this would all be pointless.
The evidence from fossils is overwhelming. In the deepest rock layers, there are no signs of life. The first fossil remains are of very simple living things. As the strata get more recent, the variety and complexity of life increase (although not at a uniform rate). And no human fossils have ever been found except in the most superficial layers of the earth (e.g., battlefields, graveyards, flood deposits, and so on). In all the countless geological excavations and inspections (for example, of the Grand Canyon), no one has ever come up with a genuine fossil remnant which goes against this general principle (and it would only take one genuine find to overturn this principle).
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Evolution is not the presence of something - but its absence... It is Life's incapacity to ever reproduce any two 'perfectly identical replicas' of itself. The consequence? The absence of any two identical physiologies within a species ensures that none of them can ever respond to the challenges of survival in 'identical manner' - one response shall invariably be BETTER (even if only minutely) then the other. Mark Gendala, www.ssotu.com