How can their be similar characteristics of two diffrent speices, such as a tiger and cheetah. explain. Species can share similar characteristics. However, a species is defined as a group that can interbreed/produce offspring with another member of that group.

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  1. bio

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  4. Science

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  5. Science

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  6. science (check!)

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  7. Biology

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  8. biology

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  11. Science

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  13. Biology

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  14. eth-finalrevision

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  15. science

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  16. science

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  17. science

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  18. science

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  19. HELP!

    A biologist made population count of four different species of animals in an ecosystem. What can you infer from these numbers possible predator-prey relationship[s between species? Species A : 155 Species B : 17 Species C : 2,467 Species D : 19
  20. Science

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  21. Enviro Science

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  22. Biology

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  23. Science

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  24. Health

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  25. Science

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  26. science

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  28. science (CHECK plz)

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  29. science (check plz)

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  32. Please check my answers for science!

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  33. Science

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  34. Evolution

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  35. science

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  36. Science

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  37. science

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  38. Science

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  39. Science

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  40. biology

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  41. English

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  42. other science checkkk

    1.Which of the following could be true of two different species that have a competitive relationship in the same ecosystem? A.One species preys on the other***. B.The relationship is mutually beneficial. C.They share the same niche. D.One species benefits, while the other is ...
  43. Civics

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  44. Ecology

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  45. cultural diversity

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  46. pre-cal

    Some biologists model the number of species S in a fixed area A (such as an island) by the species-area relationship log S = log c + k log A where c and k are positive constants that depend on the type of species and habitat. (a) Solve the equation for S. S = (b) Using part (a...
  47. English

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  48. Health

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  49. Science

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  50. Science

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  51. Science

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  52. Microbiology

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  53. Microbiology

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  54. Biology

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  55. Biology I

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  56. science

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  57. Antarctica

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  58. Math HElP!!!!!!!!

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  60. biology

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  61. Geometry

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  64. biology

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  65. Biology

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  66. bio essay

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  67. bio

    On the archipelago of the Galapagos Islands, which most geologists believe to be of volcanic origin without ever having had any land connection with the west coast of South America, Darwin discovered a group of small finches. These birds have since been classified into more ...
  68. English

    I really need your help to revise a paragraph on Asian cheetahs. I'll post a part each time. 1) The Asian cheetah, once common in India and valued by aristocrats for its ability to catch deer (antelopes), is on the point of dying out around the world. 2) It is thought that the...
  69. Biology

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  72. science

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  73. biology

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  74. Math I really need help!

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  75. Science

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  76. chemistry

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  77. Religious Knowledge

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  78. Human Service HSM/230

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  80. Science check answers

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  81. chemistry

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  82. MATH URGENT!

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  83. Literacy

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  84. Physics

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  85. Physics

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  86. physics

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  87. science

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  88. Science--PLEASE CHECK!

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  89. Science

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  91. The Sociology of Race and Ethnicity

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  93. chemistry

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