Principle 2: Overproduction and the struggle to survive
Principle 3: Differential Survival and Reproduction (Survival of the Fittest)
Principle 4: Change in the gene pool
Genetic variation is the ability for an animal to adapt. In this case the kind snake and brown python live in the forest cave. In this picture it shows an example of genetic variation which is camouflage.
In this case the king snake is being hunted because it cannot camouflage. Therefor it results in the brown snakes to not be hunted. The redspeices struggles to survive.
Organism: Snakes Environment: Forest Trait selected for: Color of the snake Adaptation Type: Physical(camoflauge)
Anthony Gonzales Period 4 Ms. Mendoza
After the hunting takes place , the remaining snakes stay. This is due to survival of the fittest. That's when an animal continues to survive and strive due to it adapting to its environment.
In the end the brown snakes continue to breed. They survive very well because of they camouflage with the dirt. The species of brown snakes continue to survive which start a new process.