Natural Selection - Brianna Bautista
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The sea turtles are ready to hatch and head out to sea.
Once the eggs are hatched, the variation of the sea turtles helps them go to the ocean .
Sea turtles produce so many eggs but not many survive adulthood. Some are eaten when they're barely hatched. That's why the turtles try to head to sea quickly to get away from predators.
The only way sea turtles can survive and be able to reproduce is to head to sea as fats as they can and head to deep waters, where there less predators.
Out of all the sea turtles, only the strongest will be able to survive and be able to reproduce in the future.
Only 1 out of 1,000 sea turtles survive to adulthood and are able to reproduce their genes to another generation.
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