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The finches of the [[Galápagos Islands]] were notable in that they provided the crucial [[biology|biological]] clues that allowed [[Charles Darwin]] to develop the [[theory of evolution]]. As such, the [[Handbook of Exobiology]] compared them to the role the [[Termite]]s of [[Loracus Prime]] played in the development of [[A.E. Hodgkin|Hodgkin]]'s [[Hodgkin's Law of Parallel Planetary Development|law of parallel planetary development]]. ({{ENT|Strange New World}})
 
The finches of the [[Galápagos Islands]] were notable in that they provided the crucial [[biology|biological]] clues that allowed [[Charles Darwin]] to develop the [[theory of evolution]]. As such, the [[Handbook of Exobiology]] compared them to the role the [[Termite]]s of [[Loracus Prime]] played in the development of [[A.E. Hodgkin|Hodgkin]]'s [[Hodgkin's Law of Parallel Planetary Development|law of parallel planetary development]]. ({{ENT|Strange New World}})
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{{bginfo|This information was glimpsed in the ''[[Handbook of Exobiology]]''.}}
   
 
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