# biology

Male birds of paradise have evolved to possess a brilliant display of plumage. The male shows off his plumage to woo a female. Which of the following statements about this trait is true?

The colorful feathers in the male are a result of progressive sexual selection.

The female has a large part to play in the evolution of the male’s colorful plumage.

The colorful plumage functions as a survival advantage in its environment.

A.
I only

B.
II only

C.
I and III

D.
I and II

I pick A

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