Gradualism is an evolutionary model that refers to the tiny variations in an organism or in society that happen over time to make a better fit for animals and humans in their environment. These variations allow them to survive and thrive, resulting in the slow and consistent process of change in the whole population.
Here are some examples of gradualism:
Gradualism also refers to slow changes in society and politics. Here are a few non-evolutionary examples of gradualism:
Now you know how animals can evolve gradually and you have plenty of examples that help to better illustrate the gradualism concept.