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Galapagos study finds that new species can develop in as little as two generations
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The breeding of two distinct parent species gave rise to a new lineage (termed “Big Bird” by the researchers). This lineage has been determined to be a new species. This image is of a member of the Big Bird lineage. Credit: Copyright P. R. Grant. The
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Galapagos study finds that new species can develop in as little as two generations – Phys.Org


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Galapagos study finds that new species can develop in as little as two generations
Phys.Org
The breeding of two distinct parent species gave rise to a new lineage (termed "Big Bird" by the researchers). This lineage has been determined to be a new species. This image is of a member of the Big Bird lineage. Credit: Copyright P. R. Grant. The ...
Galapagos Finch Flies to Distant Island, Mates with Birds There, Forms New SpeciesNewsweek
New species can develop in as little as TWO generations, according to a study of Darwin's finchesDaily Mail
Galapagos finches caught in act of becoming new speciesBBC News
International Business Times UK -iNews
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