You already know that all organisms have gone through evolution to become the plant, animal, fungus, bacterium, or other living thing they are today. But did that tree or mushroom occur as a result of macroevolution? Keep reading for macroevolution examples and how they differ from microevolution.
The term speciation, which was first coined by biologist Orator F. Cook, refers to the process of evolution through which new species arise. In nature, there are four different means of speciation: allopatric, parapatric, sympatric and peripatric. Learn about the different types and discover speciation examples.