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Consider one of the key components of Charles Darwins theory of evolution: natural selection. Using an example of blue jays feeding on moths, observe how natural selection affects the blue jay population as their environment changes.
Learn the meaning of natural selection.
Discover how environmental changes affect a species survival.
Predict which moths the blue jays will eat.
Learn how genetically controlled traits can change over time.
Take part in a hands-on, interactive investigation about natural selection.
Make hypotheses and draw conclusions.
See real-life applications of new topics being taught.
Test your knowledge by taking quizzes.
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