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sympatric speciation is the process through which new species get to evolve from a single ancestral species while they inhibit the same geographical region and thus the statement that "
sympatric speciation requires geographic separation" is absolutely false. On the contrally, sympatry is a term that refers to organisms that are almost identical and occur together at least in some places.
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Aug 26th, 2015
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