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Darwin's Theory of "survival of the fittest"

The term "survival of the fittest: accurately characterizes Darwin's views on natural and sexual selection in that he proposed that in a struggle for survival, only those individuals best adapted to their environment would be most likely to survive, and reproduce, and so pass on their genes to another generation (About). By this process, the genes which had helped them survive would help the next generation survive. Those without such genes would not live to reproduce, or their offspring would not survive and so they would eventually die out. In this way the "fittest" survived. In sexual selection, the selection of a mate with these qualities would ensure the survival of the genes of the male of t


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