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A lone wolf that has been rejected by its pack joins another pack. What has occurred?
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User: Structures that are anatomically similar because they are inherited from a recent common ancestor are called

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Weegy: Natural Selection has occured.
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User: A lone wolf that has been rejected by its pack joins another pack. What has occurred? * Directional selection *A bottleneck effect *Stabilizing selection *Gene flow *Genetic drift

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Structures that are anatomically similar because they are inherited from a recent common ancestor are called Homologous structures.
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A lone wolf that has been rejected by its pack joins another pack. Directional selection has occurred.
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