Imagine a tree frog sitting on a limb of a tree when an arboreal snake suddenly attacks it. To escape predation, the frog leaps from the limb to the ground. The fall would be fatal, except that the frog spreads its fingers and toes, forming small parachutes that break its fall. After its initial discovery, the frog regularly escapes predators using this procedure. Through time and use, the webbing in its fingers and toes expand and stretch so that they become even more parachute-like and are more effective at braking the frogs fall. When this frog mates with a female of the same species, we would expect that all of its offspring ...

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    would have webbing that was a size halfway between the mothers and fathers webbing.g.
    would have expanded webbing just like the father frog.
    would have no webbing between its fingers and toes.
    would have normal regular webbed fingers and toes.
asked May 19, 2013 in Biology by anonymous
    

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would have normal regular webbed fingers and toes.
answered May 20, 2013 by Bioshare ~Top Expert~ (34,070 points)

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