Science project, Natural Selection.
Updated: 3/12/2021
Science project, Natural Selection.

Storyboard Text

  • Introduction
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  • Step 1: Overproduction
  • Step 2: Variation
  • Natural Selection
  • Step 3: Competition
  • There are a lot of rabbits for them all to survive. The rabbits have to overproduce so that they do not go extinct or in danger.
  • Step 4: Adaptation
  • There are dark-furred rabbits and light-furred rabbits. There were two common types of genes for the fur of the rabbits, but a mutation occurred and a new shade of brown was formed.
  • Conclusion
  • The rabbits with too light or dark fur will be at a disadvantage in the environment. This is because they will not be able to camouflage and can be seen by the predators.
  • The mutation is advantageous for the species survival in the current environment. The trait will be passed down from parent to offspring.
  • This example shows Darwin's theory of Natural Selection because it shows how a mutation that is advantageous for the environment can make a species survive. This shows the four steps of natural selection.
  • FIN