How can you explain the preservation of practically unchanged over millions of years of “living fossils”: coelacanth, ginkgo, tuatara?

1) the preservation of “living fossils” can be explained by the action of stabilizing selection;
2) this form of selection acts under relatively constant environmental conditions and leads to a narrowing of the reaction rate, as a result, individuals with an average value of the trait remain.

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