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Project title Convergent Evolution: Why bears and seals are more similar than you thinkScience project video
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Convergent evolution refers to how different species of organisms evolve to possess similar physical characteristics, in order to adapt to a particular environment. At first look, bears and seals may appear to have little in common other than both of them being mammals. Yet, the skeletal structures of their feet are very similar. In this investigation, you will select a biome and identify a convergent species. 

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Note: Refer to the resources under the bibliography section as well other online resources to conduct this investigation. * Identify a biome: * Desert * Savannah, prairies and grassland * Forest and woodland * Tropical rain forest * Mountains * Fresh water * Ocean * Tundra * Identify two different continents that contain the biome you selected. * Research the characteristics of the biome such as: * Weather conditions * Annual Rainfall * Temperature * The plant life that characterizes the biome * Research the species that inhabit the selected biome for both continents. * Select two different species, .....
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