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    Theory of evolution explain the superficial similarities

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    How does the theory of evolution explain the superficial similarities between insect wings and bird wings?

    Why are these wings also so different?

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    There are similarities because both have to follow the rules of physics - the realities of aerodynamics. But there are also profound differences since they evolved from extremely different starting points. With the insect wings it started with those anatomical details in an insect body that could be developed into ...

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    The expert determines how the theory of evolution explains the superficial similarities between insect wings and bird wings.

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