Why does geographical isolation lead to speciation?

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Biology

Geographical isolation between groups of the same species leads to formation of a new species since it disallows crossing among isolated individuals. Distinct characteristics from the other groups are incorporated by genetic variability and natural selection into the isolated groups until the emergence of a new species. So the geographical isolation creates the reproductive isolation. 

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Dipti KC
May 27, 2023
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