Which of the following statements does NOT contribute to the evidence in support of evolution? (A) Sequences of fossils have been found that show a gradual series of changes in form among organisms. (B) Species thought to be related through evolution from a common ancestor show many anatomical similarities. (C) The stages of embryological development in animals are quite similar among highly diverse types of organisms. (D) Similarities in chromosome structure, DNA sequence, and amino acid sequence suggest relationships among organisms descending through evolution from a common ancestor. (E) The most well adapted individuals do not always produce the most fit offspring.
Definitely option E! This refers to exceptions to the 'survival of the fittest' - but the theory still holds despite these anomalies.