Explain how shark populations have changed over time?
By size and shape and the looks of the shark pleze comment on thisn
They havent really changed because nothing has happen to them.
Charles Darwin Theory of natural selection
Explain how the nazi attitude toward women changed over the course of world war 2?
they have never changed over the years their the same as prehistoric times.
The angel shark is a type of shark that looks more like a stingray or manta ray. They are sometimes called mockfish and over the years their populations have depleted significantly due to hunting but seem to be recovering. However, the exact population is unknown.
Fossils are direct evidence of evolution; that populations of organisms have changed over time.
Cultural population has both increased and decreased due to agriculture and economic reasons. Most have adapted or changed a way of living.
It changed the locations of land and sea.
i would say it has changed by becoming heavier, more distorted on the guitar, and many other things i cant explain
Great White Shark populations are threatened in many Eastern locations but are slowly recovering in US waters after years of overfishing. Off the coast of California there are now over 2,400 adult sharks when it had gotten down to 219 in the 90's.
Mutation can serve up the raw variation that natural selection selects from, thus alleles are changed over time in populations of organisms; evolution.
It would take volumes to explain this even superficially. -You need to do some serious reading !
Variation within species allows death to be a selector of survivors.
Fossils show that a group of organisms, such as marine mammals, have changed over time to adapt to different environments.
What caused England's biston betularia moth populations to change over time from light colored to dark colored-?
The Peppered Moth changed color over time due to a form of evolution termed industrial melanism.
Best way to jump over a shark is to push your friend in first.
no they are not the fastest shark the fastest shark is mako which has been topped at speeds of over 45 mile per hour no a red shark is
The reason it works on populations is because evolution is a change in the allele frequency over time. That only happens in populations, not individuals.
The prehistoric Megalodon shark, extinct over a million years ago, was found to reach over 52 feet in fossil records. The Whale shark, largest living fish in the ocean today, can reach over 40 feet in length.
How does comparing the development of embryos contribute to scientists understandings of how populations of species have changed over time?
Comparative embryology was a popular tool for evolutionary biologist as it indicated homologies but now cladistic analysis is the rule .
Fossils show the change in allele frequency over time in populations ( at the phyla level ) that is the definition of evolution. Trace out the change in the horse, or the whale over time and see that evolution is well documented in the fossil record.
History is the analysis of the human past that enables us to study continuity and change over time. It is an act of both investigation and imagination that seeks to explain how people have changed over time.
Both, but a shark has more. A crocodile has 200 teeth and a shark has over 300 teeth.
There are 35 countries with populations over 39 million. A few of the countries are South Korea, Colombia, Ukraine, and Spain. Sudan is the 35th.
This city has a population of over 700,000.
the tiger shark lives all over the salt water.
An ancient shark that would reach over 42 feet.
it takes in water to flow over the gills to allow the shark to breathe.
There are many different species of sharks all over the world. Some of the most common are; great white shark, hammerhead, tiger shark, whale shark, bull shark and megamouth shark.
The theory of evolution does not explain how the world was created or how life was created. It explains how living things have changed over the years, but not how they first came to be.
The laws of physics have not changed over time. Our understanding of them has changed over time.
Over the past 50 years, the nature of the population of the United States has changed quite dramatically. Hispanic populations have grown exponentially and now make up about 30 percent of the population.
The biggest type of shark is a Whale shark. It is over 40 feet long and only feeds on small fish. The other biggest shark is a megalodon which is extinct.
how has baking soda changed over the years.
its about families that have changed over the years
landforms can be changed over time by erosion
yes it has changed over many years
how has coal mining changed over time
No it has not changed although it has for the better of belly dancing , it has not changed over all. It has changed entirely
China and India
Being squished to death
Because of over fishing
The wale shark it gets to over 40 t. long but it eats only plankton.
you hav to finish all the other islands first
Yes, it is the fastest. It can swim at speeds over 25 mph.
The rules and equipment have changed over time.The only thing that hasn't changed is the spirit of it.
it changed by... well it changed... It just changed!
WikiAnswers cannot read your mind to see how you would change your paper. You must read over what you have and decide how you might have changed it and explain that.
i think it depends on WHERE you explain it and WHO you explain it to.
Populations do not remainconstant from one generation to the next but change over time, across generations