Black moth proves Darwin right

Recently a scientific study proved that a moth was able to mutate in order to change its colour and better survive during the Industrial Revolution. It’s called the Black-bodied Peppered Moth and the rapid change in its DNA sequence allowed it to adapt and survive.

Imagine how this kind of evolution could affect the human species in a rapidly changing world! Nowadays, we have things we’ve never had before and they are affecting our lifestyle so much: microwaves and wi-fi waves, chemicals in our food and pollution in the air.

I wonder how the human species will evolve over the next few years. It’s an interesting question that science backs up. Truly, Darwin was right in his theory of evolution!

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