Deforestation Affects the Evolution of Insect Types 1
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With each passing day, we start the competition with new and disturbing results of the damage done by human hands to nature. The destabilizing of nature unconscious and careless steps can cause many things that will touch the human again in the future.

A recent example of this situation came from New Zealand. In the South Island region of the country, the ever-increasing human hand deforestation has had an impact on some insect species living in the region. to rapid evolutionary changes was found to be the cause. This is a good example of the great and frightening influence of man on other types of living things.

Winged insects have started to become wingless:

Deforestation Affects the Evolution of Insect Types 2

In the example from New Zealand, the subject of the word is a stone fly named Zelandoperla fenestrata. Flying members of these flies, which have two phenotypes as flying, winged and non-flying and dwarf-winged, live in large forests, while the other part lives in less wooded areas where the winds are felt harder and insects have difficulty in flying. But deforestation flying stone flies to lose their wings and with a change that can be considered as rapid in the evolutionary process, it causes them to become flightless.

Despite being one of the last major land modules to be controlled by humans, the human impact on evolution and wildlife in New Zealand is a testament to how critical the situation is. Experts say that due to the fact that the aforementioned insect varieties can no longer fly, they cannot search for mates in a wide region. that the breed may be endangered in the future mentions.

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