In Evolutionary Terms, We Have More in Common With (a) A Tiger (b) A Chimpanzee (c) A Spider (d) A Bacterium

By Esha Dhawan|Updated : September 6th, 2022

In evolutionary terms, humans have more in common with Chimpanzees than any other species. Hence, the answer is b) a Chimpanzee. When we talk about evolution, organisms belonging to a particular species have the most in common with organisms from the same species. This is described as belonging to the same genus. Humans and Chimpanzees are connected because they belong to the Primate identical order and the Hominidae family.

Answer:

In evolutionary terms, we have more in common with Chimpanzees

The other options, Tiger, Spider and bacterium are totally different species that don’t have anything in common with humans. Furthermore, the human and Chimpanzee DNA is extremely similar and are two species that are very closely related.

Summary:

In Evolutionary Terms, We Have More in Common With (a) A Tiger (b) A Chimpanzee (c) A Spider (d) A Bacterium

The answer is option b) a Chimpanzee. In terms of evolution, humans have more in common with a Chimpanzee as we share the same family and primate identical order. Humans and Chimpanzees also have a similar DNA and are closely related to each other.

 

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