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Darwin was surprised that many of the plants and animals on the Galapagos Islands were similar to organisms on mainland South America. For example, many of the birds on the islands, including hawks, mocking birds, and finches, resembled those on the mainland. From Darwin's observations, Darwin inferred that a small number of different plant and animal species had come to the Galapagos Islands from the storm or set adrift on a fallen log...
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Darwin was surprised that many of the plants and animals on the Galapagos Islands were similar to organisms on mainland South America. For example, many of the birds on the islands, including hawks, mocking birds, and finches, resembled those on the mainland. From Darwin's observations, Darwin inferred that a small number of different plant and animal species had come to the Galapagos Islands from the storm or set adrift on a fallen log...
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