Examples of Convergent Evolution?

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Convergent evolution is when animals that aren't closely related end up with similar traits because they are adapting to similar environments. An example is bats, birds, and pterodactyls. Each of these animals developed wings independently.
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Convergent evolution is a term used to describe when different species that aren't closely related evolve with similar traits as they try to adapt to similar conditions. Huh? It is
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There are none. No evidence has ever been found to substansially even support any evolutionary mutations. there are No missing links in the fossil record which is suppose to hold
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Convergent Evolution: In the frigid waters of the ocean surrounding...
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None. Those are all homologous structures (except for "human leg and dolphin limb" since dolphins don't have the equivalent of legs) Even that first option isn't convergent
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