Natural Selection of Ancient Toucans
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Long, long ago when dinosaurs roamed the earth, so did Toucans. However, toucans were completely black.
That soon changed, though, when the Ice Age hit.
And as the terrain changed, the black toucans were more likely to be seen and eaten.
I'm going to eat you, Toucan!
Eventually, there was a mutation where a toucan was no longer black, but completely white.
Soon, all the black toucans died out due to being easily spotted in the white terrain. This left all the toucans with the white mutation to survive, as they could not be easily spotted.
Because only the white toucans could survive, they were all to reproduce more than the all black toucans. After a while, white became the dominant popultion of toucans.
And so, the toucans were saved from this mutation which allowed them to blend into their surroundings, demonstrating Natural Selection. The end.
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