Allopatric Speciation is the type of speciation wherein a part of the population is geographically isolated from the main population because of sudden natural phenomena. The isolated population will then adapt to the new environment where they are isolated and later on will form a new species.
Describe the similarities and differences between the terms allopatric speciation, parapatric speciation and sympatric speciation.
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