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Evolution and Divergence

[A] species of crow and a species of woodpecker can continue to diverge evolutionarily, when while sharing the same forest. They do it by responding differently to different aspects of the environment—that is by adapting themselves to different ecological niches.

— via The Song of the Dodo.