Evidence has been gathering for many years that has come to challenge one of Darwin’s key findings in the Galapagos Islands. Darwin defines evolution as a constant force that slowly changes organism over time. However, recent scientific evidence now suggests that evolution may be a for more sporadic thing, occurring over just a few generations. New fossil evidence from Africa has shed light on humans in general. These evolutionary jumps are thought to be the products of rapidly changing environments. Millions of years ago, when the Indian subcontinent began to absorb the fertile storms that hit Western Africa, the land began to dry up. This change could have forced our ancestors to adapt over just a few generations.
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