Science: Biology - Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection

Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection

Origin of “species” book, all organisms have the tendency to overproduce in reproduction; however, the total population seeme to remain about the approximate number; hence, competition exists; survival of the fittest.
  1. species have the ability to produce large number of offsprings
  2. resources of the natural world is limited
  3. organisms have to compete
  4. no two individuals are exactly alike
  5. organisms that have survived and produced offspring are those that inherited beneficial traits for survival