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5 November, 19:31

An example of nautural selection is the tail of a male peacock. The female of the species choose to mates based on the colors of the males' tale feathers. If the females begin using the different criteria than feather color when they choose mates, what would most likely happen to the tail feathers of peacocks over time?

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  1. 5 November, 21:20
    The answer is actually

    increased variation in tail feather color because the selection pressure has been relieved

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