[Solved] Red-Feathered and Blue-Feathered Birds Occupy the Same Environment
Red-feathered and blue-feathered birds occupy the same environment. The birds with the red feathers are better able to survive and avoid predators. This means that the population of red-feathered birds will increase in future generations. This illustrates the process of
A) genetic selection.
B) natural adaptation.
C) natural selection.
D) genetic survival.
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