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As you can see in this picture, a monkey is over time evolving into a everyday human. It shows mutation and variation within millions of years.
This a a picture of finches and their beaks. This pertains to evolution as we did a case study on beak sizes and how they relate to natural selection in the birds, with ones with smaller beaks being unable to eat certain berries, which limited their food source. This caused more of them to die off as their food was decreased.
A quiz on evidence of evolution. It deals with topics from vestigial structures to clovers. It quizzes only on topics that were learned this semester in class.
This picture shows an example of sympatric speciation.
These creatures are not separated by any geographical
barriers and live in the same area/environment.The two
organisms, in this picture, are attracted to different fruits
and because of this the creatures do not see one another
often and do not reproduce with one another. This is an
example of habitat isolation. Sympatric speciation is a big
part of evolution and shows us ways of how new species
can be formed over time. Sympatric Speciation (Habitat Isolation) by: Phillip14
This is the evolution of the whale. From a land creature to an underwater creature. March 17, 2010 Georgina