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Birds are one of the most fascinating creatures in the world. Their long beak and hidden ears have wowed the science industry. Although birds can be captivating, their wings have questioned many scientists. Where do they get their wings? -By Ayushi Kriplani
How Birds Got Their Wings
Like humans, birds differ from each other.
Shown in this picture the bird on the left has graceful long wings but the one on the right has shorter and stubby wings
These changes are known as variations. A variation is a change or difference between individual organisms
This picture shows competition because the birds fly can get to the water faster and drink it, but the other birds (not shown in this picture) will die of thirst.
Competition is the struggle for resources between organisms in a species.
This picture clearly shows survival of the fittest, which is concept that the unfit organisms are eliminated ans the fittest survive and reproduce. In this picture the birds that reached the food are the fittest and will reproduce, but the unfit or the slower birds will not get food and will die.
These birds evolved or changed to survive in the environment and now only the fittest ones survive because they come from fit parents.
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