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Groups of organisms have been separated and brought together in new combinations (increasing diversity) primarily by (Points : 5) 1.shifting weather patterns. 2.changes in ocean
currents. 3.plate tectonics & the movement of continents. 4.changes in the Earth's magnetic fields.
.plate tectonics & the movement of continents
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