How natural selection affects single-gene and polygenic traits within populations. Haney

Birds with bigger beaks can pick up bigger seeds while small beaks can only pick up smaller beaks.
This is an example of a bird with a small beak that can only get tiny prey.
Giraffes, taller animals, can reach for food but too slow to grab any bugs from the ground.
A rabbit is small so they cannot get food from above, but is quick enough to snatch prey.
Frogs with longer tongues can reach further to bugs, while frogs with shorter tongues can die.
Cacti adapted to having pricks on their body, keep predators away from them.
Trees with bigger roots can soak up more nutrients and store it away.
Venus flytrap has adapted to eating bugs instead of nutrients from the sun, the fly falling right in its mouth.
The sunflower adapted to be taller and closer to the sun to swallow the sun faster.
A fern has evolved to only have leaves, no buds and different cycles with the leaves.
Each microcrobe causes different diseases or fermentation. Some are more dangerous ( A, B, etc.) and some are weaker. (7,8,9)

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