In what cases do several different species arise from one parent species?

Biological speciation is a process that leads to the formation of new species on the basis of the initially arisen biological isolation: a transition to a new type of nutrition, a change in the rhythm of activity, mating timing, and, most importantly, a change in genetic qualities (number or structure of chromosomes, etc.).

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