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  • Resistant To Some Hiv Medicine
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    1. The finches that Darwin brought back from his Galapagos trip were a new species of finch that had never been seen before. He believed that they must have been blown to the Galapagos, changed into different varieties, then eventually into different species. The birds were forced to adapt to the Galapagos Islands and made small changes and adaptations over time. They had a variety of beaks but had all descended from one type of finch. 2. Darwin's "tree of life" explained that each new species f...
  • Species Web Fertilizers Plants Need Minerals
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    lord of the files Science 10 ecology project Extinction of species A species becomes extinct when its last representative dies. Extinction is forever - Once a species become extinct will never been seen again. This has happened quite a lot of times on Earth. Due, in many cases, to colonization and hunting by humans. People feel that extinction is very sad, and try to protect life-forms on the brink of extinction by naming them 'endangered species' and being nice to them. Each living organism whi...
  • Centipede's Last Pair Of Legs
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    Did you know that one species of centipede can be a foot long? Thankfully, this type only lives in South America. Centipedes are insect-like invertebrates. They are usually reddish-brown in color, but can range in color from yellow to dark brown. Depending on the species, are between 3 and 30 centimeters long. A centipede has one pair of legs on each of its body segments. The head is flattened, with a pair of long antennae. They have jaws containing poison glands on their first body segment, dir...
  • Common Ancestor Of Homo Sapiens And Neanderthals
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    The First Men: Ancestors to be Proud of Evolution is described to be any change in the frequency of alleles within a gene pool from one generation to the next by Biology, a high school textbook. But what exactly does that mean Evolution is the idea that things or animals change and grow throughout time and eventually change into something different. Whether or not you believe in evolution, you cannot deny the scientific views on the subject. I intend to show the scientific reasoning behind the t...
  • Largest Living Reptiles
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    REPTILES: Reptile is a common name applied to the members of the Vertebrate class. This class includes snakes, lizards, turtles, crocodiles, and tuatara and other extinct species. Among all of the existing reptiles there are 2,500 species of snakes; 2,500 species of lizards; about 250 species of turtles; 22 species of crocodilians, and two species of tuataras. They are distributed throughout the temperate and tropical regions of the world. Since reptiles are cold blooded they can not live in per...
  • Endangered Specie Including The Jaguar
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    Endangered Species Study: Jaguars. The jaguars of Central and South America have been being killed for game and protection. This cat used to have homes around the United States to Uruguay, but ever since the fears of extinction the jaguars have moved to the undeveloped rain forests in Latin America. Jaguars are being killed due to many people fearing for their own lives and many are also being killed to protect cattle. Jaguars do stalk and ambush their prey, however, they rarely ever attack man....
  • Species
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    Habitual instincts are inherited within each species. Ants and bees build their nests and hives with no previous experience. Birds migrate and build homes according to their unique inner senses. But instincts too may change over time as "consequences of one general law leading to the advancement of all organic beings... multiply, vary, let the strongest live and the weakest die". Other chapters deal with related topics: hybridism; living species compared to those of ancient geological periods; e...
  • Norwegian Lemmings
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    Adam Rodney Lemmings- This paper explores the truth and fiction surrounding one of the natural kingdoms strangest citizens; the lemming. The subject of countless studies, stories and legend, this paper will attempt to separate fact from fiction, truth from legend, and give an in depth view of lemmings in general and in particular the Norwegian lemming. First off, what is a lemming To those who are not naturalist, field biologist, or zoologist, the animal seems indistinguishable from the pet stor...

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