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variation in the phenotype of the flamingos caused there to be 3 different colors.
a giant snake came in and ate all of the birds it could see. The pink flamingos were the easiest to see because it didn't blend enough it hide Now, there are less pink flamingos in the population
some wild jungle cats have been introduced into the population and separated the different gorps of flamingos and now they cannot breed.
evidence of evolution
this is an example of stabilizing selection. There is primarily more big flamingos than there are smaller and medium ones.
a small group of green flamingos migrated to a small iceberg and started breeding. This is an example of the founder effect, there isn't any variation in the phenotypes because it is a small group
evidence or evolution in flamingos can be seen if you study different types of flamingos from different parts of the world and their similarities. In America there are bright pink flamingos but if you go to different countries you can see the variation in the phenotypes.
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