There are actually three species of elephants: Elephas maximus the asiatic elephant Loxodonta africana the savannan or bush elephant Loxodonta cyclotis the forest elephant
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Baby elepahnts are tended by the mother after birth, and remain with the herd until they reach aduthood.
According to the biological species concept, two organisms are of different species if they do not do which of these
Co-evolution is when two species evolve in tandem.
The two surviving species of elephants are African and Indian.
nothing, two different species cannot mate
The two monotremes are the platypus, of which there is just one species, and the echidna, of which there are two species and several sub-species.
By comparing the DNA sequences of two species we can tell whether they are same species or not.
The two main species of Elephants are: * African Elephants * Asian Elephants
Co-evolution occurs when two species evolve together.
The population has evolved into two separate species if the species in question no longer interbreed.
They can be formed by evolution: A species can't survive in it's environment so it evolves into a more adapted species Two different species can mate: A new species can appear from the offspring of two different species.
Mutualism is the process in which two species interact in ways that benefit both species.
Mutualism between two species is both species benefiting from each other. Examples are: bees and flower
Yes, but such a situation generates competition between the two species.
There are two genera of rattlesnake - crotalus and sistrurus. There are about 36 species between these two genera,
It is a parasitic relationship :)
No. Yoshis and Birdos are two completely different species.
species a will have fewer phenotypes
Its 2 syllables. (:
Yes, it is possible for two species to coexist within the same niche. This is possible when the competition within species is greater than the competition between species.