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Explain why visible structures, such as fins, beaks, and tails, look so different on different organisms. - Explain why visible structures, such as fins, beaks, and tails, look so different on

Explain why visible structures, such as fins, beaks, and tails, look so different on different organisms. - Explain why visible structures, such as fins, beaks, and tails, look so different on different organisms.
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Morphological changes to function appendages arise because of different requirements this was termed by Darwin as adaptive radiation. For example darwins finches - each birds beak was slightly different in shape - this allowed them to exploit a different food source, thereby reducing intra specific competition. As for fins, these vary depending on the swimming requirements of the organism balance, agility or speed may be selected for.

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