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Often a type of organ or body structure is the only physically feasibl

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Often a type of organ or body structure is the only physically feasible means of accomplishing a given task, so it should be unsurprising if, like eyes or wings, that type of organ or body structure evolves at different times in a number of completely unrelated species. After all, whatever the difference of heritage and habitat, as organisms animals have fundamentally similar needs and so _______.

Which one of the following most logically completes the last sentence of the passage?

(A) will often live in the same environment as other species quite different from themselves
(B) will in many instances evolve similar adaptations enabling them to satisfy these needs
(C) will develop adaptations allowing them to satisfy these needs
(D) will resemble other species having different biological needs
(E) will all develop eyes or wings as adaptations

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The stem drills down to B & C.

C specifies that organisms will grow organs to adapt. The premise talks about organisms living in a particular topology having similar organs. This has been clearly highlighted in B.

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