Evolution Story Board - Koalinas and the Blue Opels

Evolution Story Board - Koalinas and the Blue Opels

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  • I cant believe we have to eat these terrible flowers, I with I could reatch the top of the tree for the real treat!
  • Bless up! I was born with long legs so I can reach the top!
  • I wasn't, not sue if i can make offspring.
  • Guys, I'm noticing that more and more of us are tall witch allows us all to eat proper nutrition to survive long enough to give offspring.
  • Koalina cats can only eat the low nutrition, yellow flowers, and cant reach the high nutrition blue opels, the most healthy fruit on their planet. Unfortunately, this means that most of them die early as their lifestyle is extremely demanding for the proper nutrients, as a result most of them dont give birth, and if they do... only in small quantities.
  • I could technically reach for a fruit and place it on the ground for you to survive, but I am an animal who is not yet capable of critical thinking, but so sorry that you're probably dead.
  • Some of the Koalinas are born with longer legs witch allows them to reach the valuable opels and live long enough to give offspring.
  • I'm seeing more and more of the short ones are dying. Sad, but what can I do...
  • Having these long legs meant close to zero competition for the tall Koalinas, which allowed them to reproduce with ease.
  • As time passed, the population of the Koalinas saw a growth in the number of members with long legs, and a decline in the members with short legs. The short ones just didn't know where to get the nutrition.
  • Over time, the population of the Koalinas with short legs decreased due to their inability to supply themselves with proper nutrition.
  • At some point there were only long legged Koalinas left. They mated with each other, creating an almost exclusively tall population. Under the survival pressure of the tall trees, the Koalinas were able to make adaptations and survive as a population and species.
  • Wow! Only the tall fellas are left, I guess we really have changed over the years!
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