Aim: How does comparative anatomy provide evidence for evolution?

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This lesson teaches students about comparative anatomy and about how this provides evidence for evolution. The lesson starts with a brief introduction to the concepts of vestigial organs, homologous structures, and analogous structures. Students then have to apply and expand these concepts in three separate tasks.

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Aim: How does comparative anatomy provide evidence for evolution?
Aim: How does comparative anatomy provide evidence for evolution?
Aim: How does comparative anatomy provide evidence for evolution?
Aim: How does comparative anatomy provide evidence for evolution?
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