speciation through isolation
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How Migo Changed To a Night Croc
We do this everyday Migo.
Honey! I'm hungry
Migo,honey? Do you hear that
By: Jonathan Mistir
One day, a crocodile named Migo was going through his daily routine with his wife, Amelia, and the rest of their population
But this day was quite a particular one because this was the day where nothing will ever be the same.
What Amelia heard was a massive earthquake that split the population of crocodiles into two. The thing is, the right side is an area that is completely unfamiliar to them.
It wasn't only their bearings that were compromised, but obtaining their food was, as well, because all of their prey are nocturnal.
Over time these crocodiles become nocturnal hunters, but because of their green color, they are easily spotted by their prey and their predators such as leopards and jaguars. After many generations, these "night crocs" prospered with their dark color.
This sucks! I was really hoping to have some smokey crocodile tonight
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