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The theory of evolution of species by natural selection was given by
Charles Darwin put forth the theory of natural selection. Natural selection is the process by which nature selects the individual which can survive in a particular environment with desirable trait.
Natural selection gives a survival advantage and thus alters frequency of inherited trait.
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