Adaptations, Natural selection . Giraffe. Herds. Acacia nilotica. Water from the pond. Water contaminated with E. coli.
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Giraffes can use their powerful tails to swat the flies and get some relief from the TseTse.
Before they transport the giraffe the humans cut out of 18 Acacia Nilotica 7short Acacia nilotica to fulfill the needs of the giraffe on the way to the zoo.
The virus appears and will kill half of the population…symptoms by fever, oral erosions, diarrhea, tenesmus, lymphoid necrosis.
The survivors… develop immunity to the virus… Natural selection in action.