Natural Selection

Natural Selection
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  • Anyone who is interested in these fossils over there, follow me, this tour will include talking about natural selection. Feel free to ask any questions.
  • Lets go! The fossils look cool!
  • Natural selection is involved with the theory of evolution by Charles Darwin that species have changed over time. Its a process where organisms go through adaptation to change in environments to survive and reproduce. Adaptation helps when there are predators, change in climate, and competition of food. Over time, some traits are changed as their genetic information changes so that it can be useful. 
  • Oh, this is why green lizards have extra sticky feet than they used to. They used to be on the lower tree branches but moved higher. Since the branches are thinner up there, their feet adapted so they could survive. 
  • So, this can happen if they geographic location is separated from the population, like a mountain separating land. They become adapted to their environment and become gentically different.
  • Yes, that is an example of adaptation. Speciation is also involved in natural selection. This is when a population splits and the species in that population are not able to reproduce which will cause a distinction.
  • In the Museum of Science, the tour guide is about to begin work by guiding the guests.  
  • Adaptation is explained on how it is involved with natural selection. 
  • Speciation is explained on how it is involved with natural selection.
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