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Unformatted text preview: perm Whale ( Physeter macrocephalus ) Right Whale ( Eubalaena gla ) Africas World of Forced Labor, in a 6-Year-Olds Eyes (NYT, Nov 2006) ESPM 114 Individuals (habitat selection and use, behavior) Populations (growth, monitoring, control) Communities (competition, predation, webs) Special topics (new tools, disease, conservation) Ecology: The scientific study of the interactions that determine the distribution and abundance of organisms- any living creature, wild by nature, endowed with sensation and power of voluntary motion and including mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles, which spend a majority of their life cycle on land Wildlife?- broad term that includes nondomesticated vertebrates, especially mammals, birds, and fish Evolution: change in a population over time Natural selection was Darwin and Wallaces idea on the mechanism that drove evolution. (presented in 1858). Natural Selection IF there are organisms that reproduce, and IF offspring inherit traits from their parents, and...
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