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Week 3 What is a species? A species is a group of similarly structured individuals meaning they are built alike that can interbreed with each other and produce fertile offspring. TO be in the same species you have to be structured alike. Species has a range of variation Subspecies- ale to interbreed but were local Sexual dimorphism- is when there are differences of shape between the two sexes in a species, similar to humans. Humans exhibit this as whole human males are bigger then human females and we have different parts. Neontologist- everybody that works with living things. They are involved in systematic. You have to classify what you work on. Palentologist have problem- bones and teeth are one system. Fossils only have one organ system. The other difficulty is you can’t get your other organ systems to breed. You can’t test for reproductive orientation. The highest level of classification is the kingdom. Lunar- one
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