Speciation: Of Ligers & Men – Crash Course Biology #15

Hank explains speciation – the evolutionary process by which new biological species arise – in terms of finches, ligers, mules, and dogs.

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Table of Contents
1) Species 0:30
2) Hybrids 1:52
3) Reproductive Isolation 2:48
a) Post-Zygotic 3:31
b) Pre-Zygotic 3:51
4) Allopatric Speciation 4:23
5) Sympatric Speciation 6:03
6) Biolography 6:32
7) Dogs 8:37

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