Survival of the Strongest
By maysas, Updated
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Turtles are known for being very slow which is a disadvantage in survival.
However the turtle ^adapts^ to it's environment by being able to protect themselves from predators.
I might not seem as threatening but the power of *Natural Selection* helps animals like me *adapt* to our environment to be able to survive.
Oh No! That's not fair! But think about it, turtles pass down the *trait* of protection or their type of shell to their offspring. Amazing right?
*Hides in shell*
The *evolution* of the turtle begins from not having a shell at all to a huge shell that is a hiding spot for turtles(and snails). This makes turtles survivors because of them being able to recognize their disadvantage of speed or strength and *adapts* by surviving off protection.
We learn how to use our *traits* to our advantage and survive off of them. Our shells will be passed down to generations and are able to *evolve* into a more stronger shell.
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