Macroevolution

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Macroevolution is the theory that Natural selection is sufficient to produce diverse species of life. It is usually contrasted with microevolution, which states that mutational changes are only sufficient to promote variations within a species. This distinction is significant to Intelligent Design Theory.

See Speciation

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