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How does genetic variation increase the chance that some individuals will survive in a population?

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Answer #1 | 22/05 2017 17:45
Um. Well you give a population the uncommon common cold and they all die... ... except that one whose mom came from some place where the uncommon cold was common. It's easy to imagine if you think about it. Mine is a simplistic example, but I'm sure Google has many real-world examples.
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