Science chapter 17.2 By max duPaquier

One example of a change in animals is finches beaks get smaller as they adapt to there environment

Another example is the lizard with extra sticky feet

Another example is the shrimp that lost its eyes

Another example is the owls that are changing color

Another example is the fish that's migrating earlier

Plants that have changed over time is algae from a line of filamentous green algae

The oxygen atmosphere that we depend on was generated by numerous cyanobacteria

Lichens are formed through a symbiotic association between fungi and alga

Bryophytes The waxy cuticle helped to protect the plants tissue from drying out and the gametangia provided further protection against drying out specifically for the plants

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