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I live in minnesota with thousands of lakes all over. Why is it that all lakes have very simmilar species of aquatic life in general(not just Minnesota but everywhre); if the process of evolution seems to be dependant on many random occurneces. Why is there not random unconventional species in lakes segregated to a specific area? It seems that all fresh water life evolved from the exact same conditions even though they are islands of life (not connected). Is there a Gillapigose Island equivalent for fresh water lakes?
Re: Why fres water life is common to all lakes yet separated by lots of land
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