are lions and leapords a result of intra species variation?

Asked by pr_prashant | 27th Nov, 2010, 05:03: PM

Expert Answer:

Dear student,
Yes, lions and leopards arise due to intra specific variation.
Individual organisms within a species vary morphologically (size, shape, color), physiologically, behaviorally, and demographically. Cross between two different species is called intra specific. Lions and leopards belong to same genus but are from different species.
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Answered by  | 2nd Dec, 2010, 11:27: AM

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