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Industrialization in England produced black soot that covered many tree trunks and branches. At the same time, the number of light colored moths in this part of the country decreased Why?
A. The soot killed only light colored
B.the light colored became extinct
C.The light colored showed up aganst the dark tree bark and could be easily seen by birds that fed on them
D.the light colored moths became isolated from other moths and speciation occurred
C?

Over time natural selection caused a change in the moth populations mentioned above. Which of the following most likely occured as the result of natural selection
A.all of the moths became light colored
B.the dark moths increased in number until most of this species in the area were dark.
C. the birds stopped eating moths and found a new food source
D. the mothes were unable to reproduce and became extinct

B?

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