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1765 viewsA natural predator of the tomato hornworm is a tiny beneficial insect called the braconid wasp. This wasp lays its eggs inside the hornworm. As they hatch, they eat their way out, killing the hornworm in the process.
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1310 viewsA natural predator of the tomato hornworm is a tiny beneficial insect called the braconid wasp. This wasp lays its eggs inside the hornworm. As they hatch, they eat their way out, killing the hornworm in the process.
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Average beak sizes of medium ground finch735 viewsAverage beak sizes of the seed-eating medium ground finch on one of the Galapagos Islands are shown in the diagram below. During
wet years, all types of seeds are abundant. The medium ground finch prefers to eat small seeds that are easy to crush. However, during droughts (dry years), when small seeds are not as abundant, they eat the larger seeds on the island.
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Tomato Hornworm with Wasp Eggs634 viewsA natural predator of the tomato hornworm is a tiny beneficial insect called the braconid wasp. This wasp lays its eggs inside the hornworm. As they hatch, they eat their way out, killing the hornworm in the process.
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620 viewsA natural predator of the tomato hornworm is a tiny beneficial insect called the braconid wasp. This wasp lays its eggs inside the hornworm. As they hatch, they eat their way out, killing the hornworm in the process.
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Woodpecker finch560 viewsThe diagram represents a woodpecker finch.
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Ostrich549 viewsOstrich
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Galapagos Turtle521 viewsGalapagos Turtle
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Birds flying aways505 viewssome seagulls flying away off beach
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Giraffes491 viewsGiraffes
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Zebras487 viewsZebras
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Zebra480 viewsZebra
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