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Similarly, it is possible to explain the origin of the azygos ballooning
bag the seal of hohloch (Cistofora cristata), a curious fishing
the device in the form Carovigno appendage on the head of the Lophius piscatorius
or monkfish, spurs on the wings of certain birds, the weapons of the sword-fish or
the saw-fish earrings in poultry and many other similar features
which cannot be explained by the effect of use or disuse, but
which is explainable as the result of natural selection acting in the fact
direction or the other. Secondly, Darwin, showing us how
arose innumerable modifications of form, structure and colouring, at the same time
has shown how by maintaining a favorable modifications could
be new education. For example, the first step in the development
horns on the heads of various herbivorous animals could be a
calloused growths caused by the habit of butting; such growths,
originating functionally, could then evolve due to selection, in
the most favorable direction. This explanation cannot be applied to
the unexpected appearance of the second pair of horns, which often happens at
sheep: such an appendage, if he was virtuous, would be
a permanent sign due to natural selection. Similarly, changes
the number of vertebrae cannot be explained by the influence of the use of or
disuse; but if we admit the possibility of spontaneous or
correct, random variation, we understand that if the extension
the vertebra (as in some pigeons) would have been a favorable modification,
that experience better fit could turn into permanent
feature. In the future, such an increase of the vertebrae could occur
these long strips of vertebrae, what we see, for example, of the snakes. Absolutely
the same can be said about Breasts. There is nothing unreasonable in
the assumption that due to the greater or less consumption,
transmitted by inheritance in the successive generations, dairy
cancer could grow or shrink in size. But may not be
and question, do does that explanation to the change in the number of mammary glands.