Reasons Why Evolution is True Part III:
Ring Species

One common argument proposed against evolution is that we cannot see speciation in action, and thus cannot know for certain that it happens. To say that this claim is false is an understatement. Artificial selection, both in terms of the range of domestic species produced by humans over the last 10,000 years, and artificially selected laboratory populations of bacteria, insects and small mammals, certainly go a long way to prove that natural selection and speciation are possible. But does it occur in nature?

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