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What is the smallest group of organisms in which evolution can take place?

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  1. anonymous
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    species

  2. anonymous
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    A. species B. genus C. family D. population

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    Can you tell me why?

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    A

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    Species are the smallest groups. A species consists of all the animals of the same type, who are able to breed and produce young of the same kind. For example, while any two great white sharks are in the same species, as are any two makos, great whites and makos are in different species (since they can't interbreed).

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    here hope this will help if it doesnt you can ask someone else

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    Okay. I figured it would have of been family, mainly because it is the smallest (or should be) group up there. Though, we don't generally evolve as a family. Maybe in mentality and methods. but species seems correct now that I look at that.

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    correct good job

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    medal me plz

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