Principle 3: Differential Survival and Reproduction
There are two colors of the forest rabbits; the red fur rabbit and the grey fur rabbit.
Principle 4: Change in the Gene Pool
Both rabbits species are starting to overproduce which can lead to competition between the two species and crowding.
Camouflage Forest Physical Adaptation
The red fur rabbits are being eaten by the foxes more than the grey rabbits because the red rabbits have no where to camouflage while the grey rabbits hide in the rocks from predators and are eaten less often.
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More grey rabbits are produced so that gene becomes more common and the red rabbits are more rare.