Q. which is an accurate description of the growth of a natural animal population?
A. The growth of a natural animal population is related to environmental factors. A population of organisms cannot survive if it exceeds its carrying capacity. There are also limiting factors, such as predators, disease, etc.
A process by which a species becomes fit to its survival in the environment is called adaptability. When the environmental factors transforms the organism has to adapt to its surrounding by changing its temperature or metabolism over a period of time, Hence adaptability is the result of natural selection.