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Ronen Fish Adaptaion
By: Nellie Sunnatova P:8
Oh no! They can only see us yellow ones!
They cant see us purple ones!
Yummy, three bright Ronen fish for each of us to eat!
Seven Ronen fishes swim around often, they are the closest of friends. Them having different colors doesn't affect their relationship with each other!
Sometimes the Deoner sharks come out at night, they like to prey on the bright Ronen fish since they cant see the dark purple ones.
After their feasting there are no more bright Ronen left, only the dark purple ones are left. The purple Ronen eventually reproduce and have little babies.
The baby Ronen fishes are all a dark purple shade, which was an adaptation that was passed onto them from their parents.
Over time those baby Ronen fish grow old and have their own offsprings.
The Deoner sharks cannot find the dark purple Ronen fish since they blend in the night and that is the only time when they hunt. The Ronen fish live long passing their adaption down to their offsprings living happily ever after.
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