Watch as variation and natural selection help these Camels escape danger
Once upon a time, camel's humps did not have wings, but due to a variation in the DNA, there was a camel with a winged hump.
The camel's main predator was the beach pig. Since there was a camel with a winged hump trait he could escape easier than the other camels.
The camel with the variation survived to reproduce having children with the same variation as well, who would eventually pass it on to their children.
The camels with the beneficial trait prospered rather then the camels without it.
Since the winged camels were more biologically fit, the population with the trait increased while the population of the camels without this variation decreased.
Eventually, after a couple of decades, the winged camels became the only type of camel after Earth ended and they lived happily in space.
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