Out Of Breath

Out Of Breath
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  • Out Of Breath
  • 75 Seconds
  • Whale
  • Risha S.
  • All of the whales in this population can stay underwater for different amounts of time before they need to come up for air.
  • 75 Seconds
  • 30 Seconds
  • 60 Seconds
  • 90 Seconds
  • Each individual whales can stay underwater for a different amount of time, some more than others, each with their own maximum limit.
  • 30 Seconds
  • 60 Seconds (still underwater for another 30 seconds)
  • 90 Seconds (still underwater for another 60 seconds)
  • Those who can stay underwater longer, have a better chance of catching more food and gaining benefits from the ocean, as for land is useless to the whales.  They have to take advantage of the ocean as much as possible in order to survive. Those who can stay underwater longer survive and have children with the others who have longer underwater times and have survived. Their children too, have long underwater times.
  • 90 Seconds
  • 30 Seconds
  • 35 Seconds
  • 60 Seconds
  • Over time, those who are fit for the environment continues to mate and reproduce with one another, as those who are not die off, as they are able to utilize the ocean better with their longer underwater times. Slowly, the entire population will change until the species becomes best adapted to its environment, a maximum of 90 seconds.
  • 90 Seconds
  • 60 Seconds
  • 83 Seconds
  • 83 Seconds
  • 50 Seconds
  • The End.
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