Molecular similarities provide evidence for the shared ancestry of life. DNA sequences comparisons can show how closely species are related. Biogeography, the study of the geographical distribution of organisms, provides information about how and when species may have evolved. Another clue to patterns of past evolution is found in the natural geographic distribution of related species. It is clear that major isolated land areas and island groups often evolved their own distinct plant and animal communities.
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