What is Speciation? - Science

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Explain the following:- Speciation

What is speciation?

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Solution 1

The formation of a new species by evolution or any genetic modification of the previously existing species in a population is called speciation.

Solution 2

Speciation:- The process by which new species develop from the existing species is known as speciation.

Concept: Speciation
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