Heredity vs environment
Have you wondered?
This is where one of the siblings was separated to. They slowly adapted to living in the jungle. One thing that changed over time was their skin slowly became a greenish tint.
This is where the other sibling was separated to. Over the course of thousands of years they slowly had longer eyelashes and were able to store water for long periods of time.
Even though these twins have exactly the same DNA their relatives ended up very different. The adaptations helped their relatives survive in these harsh climates and even though they started out as twins and became different species.
Best of the fittest
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