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Imagine a population of birds living on an island. Over several generations, the size of the seeds these birds eat has increased due to changes in the plant species on the island. According to Darwin's theory of evolution, what might you predict about future generations of these birds? Remember, Darwin's theory of evolution suggests that individual organisms with physical characteristics, skills, or abilities that give them an advantage in their environment are more likely to survive and reproduce than those without these advantages.
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A group of island birds known as finches have been studied for several years by a team of researchers. They noticed that over time, the beaks of these birds changed in shape and size to adapt to the available food sources on the island. Based on the theories of evolution proposed by Charles Darwin and Jean Baptiste Lamarck, how would each of these scientists explain this phenomenon?
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