The Peppered Moth The evolution of the peppered moth is an evolutionary instance of color variation in the moth population as a consequence of the Industrial Revolution. The concept refers to an increase in the number of dark-colored moths due to industrial pollution, and a reciprocal decrease in the population in a clean environment. The white was the original color of the moth but after all the pollution from the industrial revolution everything was black so whit moths didn't survive sticking out black ones did being able to hide and through years white died AND BLACK PROSPERED CAUSING THE PEPPERED MOTH found and made into what they are in Britain and Ireland and England

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