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Mule Deer and Whitetail Deer don't breed together. This is an example of reproductive isolation
In reproductive isolation, species won't breed because of color or how they smell or a number of environmental factors
When a Mule Deer buck looks for a doe to breed with, he usually looks for a Mule Deer Doe and leaves the Whitetail Doe alone
This shows reproductive isolation because the two different species of deer do not breed with each other and look for the same species to breed with
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