There are two species of sparrows that appear very similar to each other. In spite of being of the same species, what evolutionary force must have worked in this example?

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A. Migration B. Geographical isolation C. Reproductive isolation

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(species isolated in geographic area-species evolved)
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B. Geographic isolation because they are similar.

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