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Where did man come from Scientists thought they had answered this simple yet complex question through Charles Darwins theory of evolution According to him living organisms evolved due to constant changing Organisms which gained an edge would reign while those without would die Jack Londons books during the late 1800s animated this theory through the use of wild animals in a struggle for survival In fact many prove that to survive a species must have an edge In Londons book the Call of the Wild the harsh depiction of the Klondike wilderness proves that to survive life must adapt London uses Buck as his first character to justify his theory as he conforms well to the hostile North While at Judge Millers pampered Buck never worries about his next meal or shelter yet while in the frozen Klondike he has death at his heels Until his body adapts to the strenuous toil of the reins Buck needs more food than the other dogs He must steal food from his masters in order to conform If Buck continues his stealthy work he will survive A second example occurs when Thorton owns Buck and Spitz the lead dog constantly watches the team in a dominant manner Buck if insubordinate runs the risk of death He lays low learning Spitzs every tactic Buck adapts to circumstances until finally he strikes against Spitz in a fight for the dominant position By killing Spitz he gains a supreme air and in turn an adaptation against the law of the fang A third example surfaces during Bucks leadership The fledgling dog to Francios and Perrault cannot work up to par for the lead So Buck conducts himself as a master sled dog reaching Francios and Perraults goals conforming to the team The group plows through snow reaching at least forty miles
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