A population of animals is split in half by a river. Before speciation is completed, the two halves are rejoined when a drought causes the river to run dry. How would this impact the two populations? ...
... A.Speciation would still occur because the two halves would be too different genetically to interbreed. B.The two halves would be reproductively isolated. C.The likelihood of speciation would decrease as genes were shared between the two groups. D.Traits that had developed through mutation would ...
C.The likelihood of speciation would decrease as genes were shared between the two groups.
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