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Help ! Figure 17–3 shows smaller and larger beaks in a population of finches. One group of birds has a short, parrotlike beak and another group has a long, narrow beak. What process has probably occurred?

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    A. directional selection B. disruptive selection C. stabilizing selection D. genetic drift

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    D. genetic drift

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    do you have this quizes answers?

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    It wasn't D

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