The Northwestern crow and the American crow became two separate species as a glacier divided them into two groups hundreds of thousands of years ago, but now the two species are breeding and evolving into a single species again, a study in Molecular Ecology suggests. "It means that speciation isn't a one-way process," says study author Dave Slager.
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