Evolution Of Mice -Jennelle Vossel
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The Evolution Of Mice Jennelle Vossel #28 Period:8
There was once a huge population of mice or all different colors and all different sizes that roamed around the Eastern Desert.
In the Eastern Desert, there were also very many large owls that wanted to eat the mice for breakfast. However, the beige mice were camouflaged against the desert background, invisible to the predators.
Mindy, a beige mouse, started to realize that all of her friends were being taken away. It soon became just her and her fellow beige mice.
The only mice left were those with beige skin, which lived to reproduce a new generation of camouflaged babies. The mice left were beige like the desert sand.
The generations to come would all be beige skinned because of the dominant gene passed down from their parents through their DNA.
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