CHAPTER 14. THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES. 4. Cont. Species: . PROCESS OF SPECIATION. REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION. HORSE. DONKEY. MULE. A "Liger”, a Lion/Tiger hybrid. A "Zeedonk", a zebra/donkey hybrid (does not occur in the wild). (Ligers exist only in captivity) .
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THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES
A "Zeedonk", a zebra/donkey hybrid
(does not occur in the wild)
(Ligers exist only in captivity)
Fertile Canid hybrids occur between coyotes, wolves, dingoes, jackals and domestic dogs.
b. Gradualism model: Big changes (speciation) occur
By the steady accumulation of many small changes.