Modern Evolution Cane Toads By Camille grever

The cane toads are getting longer legs, more endurance, and more speed. The adaptations are actually unhealthy for the cane toads, they have a shorter life span, and their spines develop problems.

They can move faster, that means they can have a larger territory and have an easier time of attracting mates.

Cane toads were introduced to Australia in 1935 and after a time, scientists began to notice that the toads have developed some new characteristics. They discovered that there was no real need for cane toads to expand but they evolved to have some small advantages but also a disadvantage, it was called special sorting.

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Camille Grever

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