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Unformatted text preview: Over time these salamandars reproduced, bringing fourth a generation of other salamandars also isolated from water, being born without limbs, caused by adaptation. Although the salamandars with the longer legs had a more likely chance of surviving the predators in the area. SO for the salamandars born with smaller limbs came natural selection. They did what they needed to survive larger animals and started to slither, rather than run. Finally the salamandars evolved sexually because they had the correct parts to reproduce, which in turn created others that adapted in the same way. References Berg. Visualizing Environmental Science . Ch. 6 2000-2010. Retrieved May 7,2010 http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/student/main.uni...
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