What phenomena underlie the irreversibility of evolution?

Irreversibility of evolution means that a new, more developed life form that has arisen cannot return to the beginning of its development. For example, reptiles cannot become amphibians again. Also, for example, if living organisms return again to the aquatic environment, they will not become fish (cetaceans are mammals, although they live in water).

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