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lvasquev462

  • 3 years ago

Which of these best describes natural selection? An organism with favorable genetic variations will tend to survive and breed successfully. The largest organisms in a species receive the only breeding opportunities. A population monopolizes all of the resources in its habitat, forcing other species to migrate. A community whose members work together utilizes all existing resources and migratory routes.

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  1. musicperson11
    • 3 years ago
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    An organism with favorable genetic variations will tend to survive and breed successfully.

  2. PlantMan
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    Natural selection/evolution in a nutshell: A creature has a some sort of mutation that benefits it. It eventually breeds, and passes this beneficial trait through the gene-pool, creating a new sub-species or race that may or may not surpass the lesser form of aforementioned creatures. Okay, not really in a nutshell...The answer is the first option.

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