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Author Topic:   Peppered Moths and Natural Selection
Yaro
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Message 5 of 350 (261527)
11-20-2005 10:51 AM


Excelent thread RAZD
Great info. Raz! A bit long, but worth the read. I'm sure randman will refute it with no problem however, shame, it probably took you a good while to write. ;)

  
Yaro
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Message 23 of 350 (261665)
11-20-2005 9:21 PM


Bat's, no bats, same difference
Bat's may be a predator at NIGHT. That's when both bats and moths are active. During the day however, the moths rest. They need to conceal themselves from day predators. Namely birds.

The bats issue is thus rendered moot.


  
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