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Summary: Evolution - What Darwin Never Knew (PBS Documentary Notes)

This is based on the NOVA PBS Documentary, "Evolution - What Darwin Never Knew". This is a summary that provides the important details as clear and simple as possible for a better understanding, as well as some examples mentioned in the video about species evolving. The main details about this documentary is that it covers mutations that prevented genes from turning on, some genes responsible for beak type on each island, and the importance of the timing of the genes working.

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