Genetic Variation

By Victoria Williams

What is genetic variation?

Genetic variation is a naturally occurring genetic difference between individuals. Variation allows flexibility and survival of a population. It also allows each person or thing to be unique in their own way.

Examples of Genetic Variation

Genetic Variation is everywhere, in plants, humans and food. For my example I have chosen beats, there are different sizes, colors, and shapes. Some of these beats below are very dark and smaller than the lighter and bigger ones. Some of them can be thin, fat, and medium size.