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Adaptation (Evolution- how genetic change occurs within a population)

Must have 4-6 sentences in each paragraph. Paragraph 1 summarizes the topic in your own words. Paragraph 2 describes any activities, labs or possible assignments the .class could do in order to better understand the topic. Paragraph 3 explains how the topic relates to you outside of the classroom (in your personal life)
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