Leopard Four Parts of Natural Selection
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Four Parts of Natural Selection- The process whereby organisms better adapted to their environment tend to survive and produce more offspring.
The white leopard is very fast, and the orange leopard can jump high. They had a cub that has both of their variation.
As the cub grew older it noticed that not all cubs had the same variations as her.
Only some leopards will survive to have cubs because of their variations.
She has survived adulthood so now she can reproduce and make another good variation, if her mate has some good variations.
Since the leopard had variations that her parents gave her therefore she could reproduce because she lived.
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