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The natural selection is an individual’s characteristic that allows the individual to survive and create/produce offspring. Natural Selection works by having variation in traits, differential reproduction, and heredity. If there are two different colored insects, it will be the variation in traits. Then there is a differential reproduction, in which the environment cannot support the unlimited growth in population, not all of the individuals will be able to reproduce on their full potential. So if one colored insect is mostly eaten by birds and does not reproduce as much as the other colored insect, so there is more of the other colored insect. So these colored insects are the heredity. That color insect will have the same colored baby, because the trait has the same genetic basis. So in the end, there will be more of the last colored insect, which will be more commonly found in the population. If you have variation, differential reproduction, and heredity, you will have evolution by natural selection as an outcome.

Charles Darwin

The life of Charles Darwin...

Who was Charles Darwin?Charles Darwin is an English man who was born on February 12, 1809 inShrewsbury, Shropshire, England. He recognized and established the science theory of evolution. He suggested that animals and humans shared a common or similar ancestry. Really interested in natural history.

What was his life like?Charles Darwin was son to doctor Robert Waring Darwin and of Susannah Wedgwood. His mother died when he was 8 years of age. In school he was nicknamed “Gas” by his schoolmates. Father sent him to study medicine at Edinburgh University in 1825, Darwin learned a lot at the University but not medicine. Father switched him to Christ’s College. Enrolled to study at the University of Cambridge and prepared to become a clergyman. He went on a geologic field trip in 1831 (Wales).

Charles Darwin goes to the Galápagos Islands…

When did he go? Why did he go?Charles Darwin wen to Galapagos Islands in 1835. He ment there because he was interested in knowing how species originate.

Galapagos Islands

Island were discovered in 1535 by Tomas de Berlanga. Islands have a lot of plants and animal species. They do not receive rainfall, have low humidity, somewhat low water temperatures and air.

How did he get there?He got there on the way home in a ship used in the voyage, ship was named ‘The Beagle’.

The Creatures if the Galápagos Island...

Charles Darwin studied many different types of finches. Three finches he studied are the woodpecker finch, the wobbler finch, and the small ground finch. He was able to tell that the woodpecker finch had a probing beak and was a tree finch. The warbler finch also has a probing beak like the woodpecker finch. The small ground finch has a crushing beak and is a ground finch.

How Natural Selection works

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