ABSTRACT. If Darwin's explanation of the adaptive organization of living beings is correct, evolution necessarily follows as a consequence of organisms becoming adapted to different environments in different localities and to the ever changing conditions of any given environment, and as hereditary variations become available at a particular time that improve the organisms' chances of survival and reproduction.

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