Graziano Nicholas, Natural Selection Story
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Elks and Natural Selection
Natural Selection Step 1: Overproduction of Offspring
Why overporduction of offspring is important
This is a story about Evan and his girl Elise the Elk and the Hungry Gator.
Variation: Elks need to drink water but at risk with a predator
One day Evan and his girl Elise went to the lake to get some water. Later, they realized they need to produce more offspring before the winter. There was a problem, Elise had a mutation causing her skin to go pink. But that didn't stop them.
Selection: Best color adapted Elk will survive from the Gator
It is important that Evan and Elise have offspring because they want to have as many babies as possible. The goal is to not get extinct and in there case become over populated. They want to have as many kids as they can because in the winter it's too cold to have kids.
Adaption: After the Elk survive they produce more offspring
After the they produced there offspring there were many two variations of offspring. But there was a problem. When they had there offspring the mutation carried from Elise and some of their kids got the bad mutation causing pink skin. This could effect them because they are more visible at night.
One night, Evan, Elise and the kids went to get water. But out of no where a hungry gator came out of the water and attacked the kids. This was selection because the best adapted individuals which where the grey colored Elk survived
It was a very sad next day. Evans girl Elise died with the kids that had the pink fur. This proves Adaptation, when all the pink died Evan had to find someone to reproduce that had dark skin. Then Evan found Danica and started with overproduction of offspring.
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