All life shares the same evolutionary heritage from an ancestor that appeared 3.8 billion years ago. A. True

B. False

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A. True

Explanation:

Yes, all life shares the same evolutionary heritage from an ancestor that appeared 3.8 billion years ago.

A. True

Explanation:

The last universal common ancestor or last universal cellular ancestor (LUCA), also called the last universal ancestor (LUA), is the most recent population of organisms from which all organisms now living on Earth have a common descent—the most recent common ancestor of all current life on Earth.



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