Biodiversity and A Look at Adaptive Radiation in Honeycreepers and Woodpeckers

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The general driving force behind the creation of a new species is the process of natural selection. For natural selection to occur minor differences within a species that provide the species with an advantage in its environment are selected over a long period of time. The change only needs to favor the survival of the species, in their particular…

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Thomas J. O’Grady, Ph.D., M.P.H. is a data minded professional who is an avid runner, hiker, and lover of the outdoors.

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