This resource appears to be designed to build towards this science and engineering practice, though the resource developer has not explicitly stated so.
Comments about Including the Science and Engineering Practice
The simulation provides a phenomenon to be explained by natural selection. To incorporate the practice, the teacher will want to have students construct an explanation from the evidence in the simulation. It may be in the form of a Darwinian Explanation that describes the variation in the population at the start of the simulation, the selective advantage, which variation is more likely to reproduce and pass on their genes and what the variations are like in the end population. An example would be: “At the beginning of the simulation there were six speeds of bugs from slow to fast. The bird caught the slow ones more and so the fast ones were able to survive, reproduce and pass on their genes for being fast. The average bug speed in the population increased over time so there are now more faster bugs than slower ones.” An alternate way to formulate an explanation is to have students make a claim, back it with evidence from the simulation and then state reasoning that ties the evidence to the claim.