Period 6, Alyssa Lopez
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Principle 1: Genetic Variation In Antarctica, there are many different kinds of penguins. For one there are emperor penguins, king penguins and also adelie penguins. There are many other penguins living there.
Principle #2: Overpopulation & Selective Pressures There are 17 different species although two of the species truly do stay at Antarctica without moving. The two that stay in its continent are Emperor and Adelie.
Principle #3: Differential Survival & Reproduction One kind of the penguins move. They move due to climate change. The king penguins are the ones that would have to move.
Principle 4: Changes in the Gene Pool 2.3 million must move or else they risk death. Which obviously means there will be less king penguins as time passes and penguins do not migrate.
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