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How do vestigial structures provide clues about a species' evolutionary past?
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well, they are traces of organs. Knowing the function of those organs, we can imagine what the evolutionary past is...
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The best example of human vestigial structures are in the embryonic state. Take a look and you'll see all kinds of clues as to our past.
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ja, vestigial things like my eyes provide links to my blind grandparents o.o
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