In California, Pacific Northern rattlesnakes prey on California ground squirrels..
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Part 1: Post a Response
In California, Pacific Northern rattlesnakes prey on California ground squirrels. Their relationship is a great example of co-evolution. Read the article about their relationship found at https://news.osu.edu/how-is-rattlesnake-venom-like-fine-wine-both-have-regional-varieties/, and then address the following questions:
- Explain why the relationship between these two species is considered an example of co-evolution.
- What did you find most interesting or significant about how the rattlesnake population adapts to the squirrel’s defenses against its venom?
Part 2: Respond to a Peer
Read a post by one of your peers and respond, making sure to extend the conversation by asking questions, offering rich ideas, or sharing personal connections.