What was significant to darwin about the fauna and flora of the galápagos islands?
the organisms there were similar to fossils found elsewhere, indicating that the galápagos chain held many ancient species.
the organisms there were the same as those seen on similar island environments around the world.
the species were similar to south american species, indicating common descent, but they had been extensively modified and were well-adapted to island life.
the species on the galápagos islands were not similar to those anywhere else, indicating that they had been created specifically to inhabit this environment.
molten materials and magnetic stripes are the evidence of seafloor spreading.when scientists studied patterns in the rocks of the ocean floor, they found more support for sea-floor spreading. in 1960, scientist dived to the ocean floor in alvin. in a ridge's central valley, alvin; s crew found strange rock shape pillows or like toothpaste squeezed from tube. such rocks form only when molten materials hardens quickly after erupting under water. these rocks shows that molten materials has erupted again and again along mid ocean ridge.
human's have destroyed some if not most of the chimpanzee habitat, so if we want to keep seeing chimpanzees in the future, then yes, it is our duty to preserve what is left of their habitat.
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