When two populations of a species are present on two extreme ends of a forest, they are in

When two populations of a species are present on two extreme ends of a forest, they are in

  1. A. Seasonal isolation
  2. B. Geographic isolation
  3. C. Ethological isolation
  4. D. Temporal isolation

Answer: B. Geographic isolation

Geographic isolation occurs when a physical barrier like a mountain range, river, or even a dense forest separates two populations, preventing them from interbreeding. This is a key factor in allopatric speciation, where isolated populations evolve independently due to different selection pressures and genetic drift.

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