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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

how do beak shape and size of Galapagos finches provide basis for natural selection ?

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    hey just give all the questions in one post... Beek size = nut size (nuts as in food seeds) bigger beak = certain nut small = certain nut

  2. anonymous
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    if you have a text book or worksheet look its quite easy to find size

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    anything else?

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    how does speciation occur ?

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    Seperation from others for the finches certain ones were better for certain places and they lived who wasnt good died

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    For general if they are seperated and good for the enviroment at hand they live better and reproduce better

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    what is genetic drift ??

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