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Convergent Evolution: When Nature Discovers the Same Design Over and Over

Convergent Evolution: When Nature Discovers the Same Design Over and Over
Convergent Evolution: When Nature Discovers the Same Design Over and Over
Convergent Evolution: When Nature Discovers the Same Design Over and Over
Convergent Evolution: When Nature Discovers the Same Design Over and Over
Convergent Evolution: When Nature Discovers the Same Design Over and Over
Convergent Evolution: When Nature Discovers the Same Design Over and Over
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Here is an article that gives a good example of convergent evolution: 3 different mammals in different parts of the world that all eat ants and termites with their narrow snouts and extra-long, extra-sticky tongues. They are the Giant Anteater of Latin America, the Pangolin from Africa and the Echidna or Spiny anteater from Australia. Students read the article and look at the drawings, and then answer thought-provoking questions. Perfect for when discussing convergent evolution.
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