Richard Dawkins explains how vestigial organs like the stubby wings of the Flightless Cormorant were one of Darwin’s key arguments for Evolution.
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“In May 2007, I went to Galapagos with a large group from the
Center for Inquiry. As a small group of us walked with the guided
parties over the island, occasionally I would take the opportunity to
film the wildlife and speak about their significance. The result are
these ‘vignettes’, which were unscripted.”
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