Natural Selection of Poison Snakes

Natural Selection of Poison Snakes
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  • Natural Selection of Poisonous Snakes
  • The Poisonous Snake
  • The Un-poisonous Snake
  • Some snakes are poisonous, while other snakes are not.
  • The poisonous snakes use their venom to keep their predators away. Snakes without the poison, on the other hand, can't protect themselves and get eaten up.
  • Ahhh! Slither away!
  • Charge!!!
  • The snakes that are poisonous are able to reproduce and pass along their genes to their offspring.
  • The snakes without the venom population slowly decrease, because of the predator that kills them.
  • Eventually, all the snakes without the venom died out. The predators devoured them viciously. Instead, the environment chose the snakes with the venom,    The poisonous snakes reproduced and continued their species. 
  • THE END By: Radha B and Renuka P
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