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Jumping Jack Flash is a champion racehorse. A special diet and daily exercise have made him the fastest horse in the country. In the wild, Jumping Jack Flash would survive longer than other horses because of his speed. Is this an example of natural selection? Yes, because he is very well adapted to his environment. Yes, because his speed is the result of a random event. No, because his speed is a result of diet and exercise, not a genetic trait. No, because slower horses are better adapted to the environment.
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  • anonymous
No, because his speed is a result of diet and something or other. It has to be this way because he has gradually become faster, and was not born with this trait. Hope I could help! :)
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