Natural Selection of Poison Snakes
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Natural Selection of Poisonous Snakes
The Poisonous Snake
The Un-poisonous Snake
Some snakes are poisonous, while other snakes are not.
The poisonous snakes use their venom to keep their predators away. Snakes without the poison, on the other hand, can't protect themselves and get eaten up.
Ahhh! Slither away!
The snakes that are poisonous are able to reproduce and pass along their genes to their offspring.
The snakes without the venom population slowly decrease, because of the predator that kills them.
Eventually, all the snakes without the venom died out. The predators devoured them viciously. Instead, the environment chose the snakes with the venom, The poisonous snakes reproduced and continued their species.
THE END By: Radha B and Renuka P
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