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In a garden with trees and shrubs, green and pink katydids were observed. over time, birds started feeding on the katydids. which two statements describe what will eventually happen to the population of the katydids? more than one answer the population of pink katydids will decrease. the population of green katydids will decrease. the population of green katydids will increase. the population of pink katydids will increase. the population of both pink and green katydids will be equal.
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The population of pink katydids will decrease.
The population of green katydids will increase.
Natural selection is the process of selecting those people who have the traits that help them survive better in a particular environment than those who do not and these naturally selected people tend to have more offspring.
In some cases, there are trees and shrubs in the garden that will allow the green catfish to camouflage in the environment and escape from the predator but the pink catfish fail to do so and are therefore at a disadvantage.
As the pink katydid is at a disadvantage natural selection will not favor this trait and therefore over time the population of the pink katydid will decrease and the green katydid will increase.