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1) Spiny lobsters spend the day hiding in cracks or holes in coral reefs. At night, they emerge and wander away from the reef in search of clams, muscles, or other sources of food. Before dawn, they use one of several dens they use on a regular basis. Note: These lobsters are hunted by sharks and other large predators that hunt by sight. a) What is the proximate cause of this behavior? b) What is the ultimate or evolutionary cause of this behavior? 2) What are the 3 evolutionary agents we have learned so far in class? Which are random and which are non-random? 3) True or false: Competent scientists don’t let their ideology influence their science? Since infidelity is biological, natural, and evolved that means that it is morally correct? Mutations are usually bad for the bearer? 4) Choose the statements that are true. a. Traits can be beneficial, detrimental, or neutral. b. Facts give moral guidance. c.
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