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Hey, it's Mrs. Jalal and I'm going to teach you about Natural Selection.
Four Parts of Natural Selection: 1. Overproduction 2. Inherited Variation 3. Struggle to Survive 4. Successful Reproduction
These are the four parts of Natural Selection.
The first part of Natural Selection is Overproduction. The idea of offspring is that the more offspring you have, then the more likely of a chance the kids survive.
For example, a mother turtle produces more offspring because when some of the turtles die, more turtles still survive.
2. Inherited Variation
Part 2 is Inherited Variation. It is when the offspring is similar, but not identical.
An example is two cats, some of the kitties will be white and some will be brown. Then, they become fossils.
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