The Little Skittles That Could

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The Little Skittles That Could (With A Little Help From Evolution) The history of how the simple skittle became a complex peanut M&M is long and arduous. The skittle used to have a simple life. It would go about the world without care or worries. The skittles life was made. That was until the foreign species Childus kidous was introduced into its environment. The Childus kidous, also referred to as a kid, was originally a mild mannered species. However, when the Childus kidous started to hunt and eat the skittles, the excess sugar in the skittles body would cause the Childus kidous to go on a hyper, candy- eating binge. They would snatch up any skittle they could find. It was because of this that the skittles started to get more and more scarce. Years went by and evolution took its much needed place. The skittles evolved to form a chocolate center. Many kids found this to be not as delicious as the original skittles. The
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Unformatted text preview: chocolate skittles, or M&Ms, had evolved into a less delicious anatomy to hinder the kids from wanting to eat them so much. However, as the skittles started to get more scarce they kids started to settle with the M&Ms. The M&Ms found themselves in the exact same position that their ancestors had many years earlier. Finally, a final evolutionary phase took place. After years of worry and scarcity the M&Ms developed a peanut core. The kids did not find the hard and dense core of the peanut M&M delicious at all. The kids were also appalled by the significantly larger mass of the Peanut M&M. The Peanut M&Ms could live in a peacfull environment, much like their ancestors, the skittles, had before the introduction of the Childus Kidous into their environment. The Peanut M&M lived happier ever after… THE END...
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 2107 taught by Professor Said during the Spring '10 term at Georgia State.

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