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2015-11-27T15:31:00+05:30
Yes, geographical isolation of individuals of a species leads to the formation of a new species. Due to geographical isolation of individuals of a species, gene flow is restricted and does not take place between the separated individuals. Each group of isolated individual develops and inherits variations to survive in the given environment. Inheritance of these variations over generations, results in the formation of a new species.                       
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