Challenge 2: Little Frogs
In this challenge we're going to experiment with directional selection pressure. This type of selection pressure tends to drive organisms' traits in one direction over successive generations. For the second challenge, see if you can create a stable population that has almost all little frogs. To get started, think about what survival advantages little frogs have over big frogs.
About how many flies should be in the pond?
How much energy does a frog gain when it eats a fly?
About how many beetles should be in the pond?
How much energy does a frog gain when it eats a beetle?
Use metabolism (smaller frogs use energy slower than big frogs)
Maximum allowable frogs