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'''Finches''' were a type of [[bird]] native to [[Earth]].
 
'''Finches''' were a type of [[bird]] native to [[Earth]].
   
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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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}})
{{bginfo|This information was glimpsed in the [[Handbook of Exobiology]].}}
 
   
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[[Category:Avians]]

Latest revision as of 18:05, September 19, 2017

Finches were a type of bird native to Earth.

The finches of the Galápagos Islands were notable in that they provided the crucial biological clues that allowed Charles Darwin to develop the theory of evolution. As such, the Handbook of Exobiology compared them to the role the Termites of Loracus Prime played in the development of Hodgkin's law of parallel planetary development. (ENT: "Strange New World")

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