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    Charles Darwin: Origin of Species CHAPTER IV

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    1. Does Darwin really imply that humans are descended from monkeys, or is that a misunderstanding of his argument?

    2. If animals evolve, why are there still worms?

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    The short answers to your questions are 1) Darwin does not imply that humans are descended from monkeys. Instead, monkeys and humans both descend from a common ancestor; and 2) While animals do evolve, worms still ...

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    The expert determines if Darwin really implies that humans are descended from monkeys, or is that a misunderstanding in his argument.

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