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Genetic Variation The terrain is tan and so are some of the rats but the darker rats don't blend in as much as the tan ones do.
Struggle to survive There struggle is to not get eaten bu the snake.
Differential survival and reproduction The tan rats don't get eaten so they get to reproduce the brown rats get eaten because they don't blend in
There are two tan rabbits and two brown jack rabbits
They both blend in with their environment but jack rabbits can't stay in the mud forever so they have to go in the grass to rest.
Rabbits could go into the mud but they mostly stay in the grass. They blend in with the grass so predators could barely notice them so they have a better chance to reproduce.
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