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What Is Speciation?
Speciation is the formation of two or more genetically distinct groups of organisms after a division within a single group or species. They are groups of organisms capable of interbreeding which segregate into two or more populations, which gradually develop barriers to reproduction. These barriers can form separated populations, and may reproduce at different locations or at different times of the year. When the reproductive isolation is maintained long enough, the separated groups may develop into separate, distinct, identifiable species.
There are two main types of speciation. …
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