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  • The Colorful Story of Tear the Snail by Arina Georgiievska Period 8
  • Hi, I am Tear the Snail! And this is my family of snails!
  • We got eaten by some sharp creators! Revenge us, brothers!
  • A long time ago, the population of snails that lived next to the Black Sea in Europe, had a change to tell about. Most of the snails at that time had different snail shells, some had one color some had another color.  But the brown shelled snails would blend in with rocks and the ground, much better than others.
  • In Europe next to the Black Sea, a lot of hedgehogs wondered from the forests to the sea. A lot of the hedgehogs didn't have much food at that time, but they found snails. Every time when the sun was setting or rising, the hedgehogs would hunt for the poor snails.
  • As time goes by, many of the snails with not brown shells get eaten by the hedgehogs from the forest. After couple of weeks, to months many of the brown shelled snails reproduce and get babies.
  • The offspring's of the brown shelled snails, are born with brown shells too, and as the time goes by they survive through hedgehog attacks.
  • I Love You! Your my everything! *smooches*
  • <3
  • I can't find them!
  • After the offspring survive and time goes by and they grow up. They reproduce too, and there babies get the same adaptation as they got form there parents, the brown shell.
  • <3
  • Love is in the air!
  • <3
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  • After multiple generations of snails, the adaptation of brown shells was passed on and on. Through out the time,  all of the snails had the same color of there shell, that made the snails very hard to notice and find (or eat).
  • Mommy where is our snail dinner!!
  • I guess we would need to find some other bus for dinner
  • Honey, mommy cant find these snails!
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