Natural Selection =
Survival of the Fittest
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Background: You and your team are crewmembers on the Beagle in 1831.
asked your team to assist him in collecting data on a strange and unusual bird
that he has discovered on the Galapagos Islands. He has called this bird the woolybooger. Darwin and your team search the islands and
find three different populations of this creature. During your observations of these three
populations, you discover that each group is similar in appearance except for
mouth variations. Some woolyboogers have
a knife-shaped mouth, some have a clip-shaped mouth, and some have a
tweezer-shaped mouth. All of the birds
have migrated to an island that only has dried beans for them too eat and the
hours of daylight needed for finding food is steadily decreasing due to the
change in seasons.
Darwin and your team study the woolybooger’s life on the
Islands. During your last
few months on the islands, you discover a new rare woolybooger, which has a
spoon-shaped mouth. On the Beagle,
Darwin and your team discuss which beak type of woolybooger will survive the
best on the island and how the population of woolyboogers will change over time