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HELP ME PLEASE!!! Describe adaptive radiation and explain a situation in which adaptive radiation is likely to occur.

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    In evolutionary biology, adaptive radiation is the evolution of ecological and phenotypic diversity within a rapidly multiplying lineage. Starting with a recent single ancestor, this process results in the speciation and phenotypic adaptation of an array of species exhibiting different morphological and physiological traits with which they can exploit a range of divergent environments. Adaptive radiation, a characteristic example of cladogenesis, can be graphically illustrated as a "bush", or clade, of coexisting species (on the tree of life).

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    wow thanks!! that is alot but i'll put it into my own word :)

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    cool, wanna be my fan?

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