Evidence for the theory of evolution by natural selection!
Comparative anatomy - explanation
Comparative anatomy - example
In the introduction I will intorduce the audience to myself and the theory of evolution by natural selection and name the evidence I have chosen to show for this theory - Comparative anatomy and biogeology. I will also show complementing images as well as video of myself to reinforce what I am saying and engage the audience.
Conclusion / bibliography
In this segment I will further introduce the audience to the concept of comparative anatomy and how it evidently reinforces the theory of evolution by natural selection. I will show images and diagrams relatin gto comparative anatomy and what I am specifically talking about at each point.
Biogeography - example
In this section I will use multiple examples, primarily the Homologous features of modern Humans, birds, and whales. I will use this example to show that although each soecies has adapted and evolved to their environment, there are similar bons structures in their forelimbs, indicating a common ancestor. I will show diagrams and relating images to aid in the audiences understanding.
Biogeography - explanation
In the conclusion I will summarise the concepts of comparative anatomy and biogeography and how they are evidence for evolution. I will also display any and all sources I used for the video as the closing scene.
For the biogeography example I will tell the audience about the galapogos islands finches, famoulsy discovered by and leading to charles darwins understanding of evolution by natural selection. I will also use mroe images and diagrams here to help the audience stay engaged and understand how the finches and biogeography itself proves the theory of evolution by natural selection.
For the biogeography explanation I will intordcue the audience to the concept of biogepgraphy, ecspecially in relation to evolution, and then explain how examples of this is evidence for evolution by natural selection. I will show relating images and diagrams to help the audience understand and stay involved and engaged.