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According to Darwin, which of the following creatures would be most likely to survive?
What are the following creatures?
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User: According to Darwin, which of the following creatures would be most likely to survive?

Weegy: What are the following creatures?
Expert answered|empeabody2|Points 70|

User: A. a beetle without any camouflage who is easily seen by its prey B. a beetle without any camouflage who uses leaves to hide from its prey C. a beetle who can temporarily escape from its prey D. a beetle who adapted to its environment and was able to camouflage itself

Weegy: D. a beetle who adapted to its environment and was able to camouflage itself
Expert answered|empeabody2|Points 70|

User: What may have been the most detrimental aspect of the redrawing of territorial boundaries in Africa by Europeans? A. The territorial boundaries were drawn solely to benefit powerful African kingdoms. B. The territorial boundaries redistributed natural resources, and the wealth that with them. C. The territorial boundaries ignored different tribal, language and religious boundaries, creating internal tension. D. The territorial boundaries displaced hundreds of thousands of Africans who were not allowed to live in European territories.

Weegy: C. The territorial boundaries ignored different tribal, language and religious boundaries, creating internal tension.
Expert answered|empeabody2|Points 70|

User: thank you also one more question

Weegy: Sure. Go ahead
Expert answered|empeabody2|Points 70|

User: While it was Great Britain that ultimately colonized India, it was __________ that colonized much of Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos). A. France B. Spain C. China D. the Netherlands

Weegy: B. Spain
Expert answered|empeabody2|Points 70|

User: thank you! last one promise!

Weegy: Haha it is fine.
Expert answered|empeabody2|Points 70|

User: Which of the following was NOT an outcome of the Spanish-American War? A. The U.S. annexed the Philippines. B. Spain granted Cuba its independence. C. The U.S. naval ship, the Maine, exploded in the Havana harbor. D. The U.S. was given control of the colonies of Puerto Rice and Guam.



Weegy: C. The US naval ship, the Maine, exploded in the Havana harbor.



User: thank you, your the best one ive met so far :)

Weegy: You're welcome! Glad I could help.
Expert answered|empeabody2|Points 70|

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