Behavioral Isolation

Behavioral Isolation

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  • Ralph lives with his dad near a cave.
  • Every day, they swim in the pond...
  • Then, they eat some grass and rest.
  • The population lives together as the same species.
  • One day, Ralph said he wouldn't swim, eat, and rest any more with his dad.
  • NO!
  • The population behaves similarly, and is still one species.
  • Dad got mad, he told Ralph they weren't the same species anymore.
  • The population behaves similarly, and is still one species.
  • From then on, they were different species because they behaved differently.
  • One part of the species changes behaviors to differ from the other part of the species.
  • Because of this, they no longer interbreed and become different species.
  • Due to behavioral isolation, entire species can be created through speciation.
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