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    Is it normal for variation to occur within a group

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    So the only source of variation in a group is genetic, if you assume ideal conditions that all members of the group are placed in identical environmental conditions. And genetic variation comes about through mutations, which are naturally occuring processes.... Hope that's helpful.

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