Hybridization between biological species is a process that combines the genes of two parent species to create a new species with characteristics of both parents. This process does not have a predictable effect, as there is no guarantee which parental characteristics will be expressed in the hybridized offspring. It could result in a species that is better adapted to its environment or is able to out-compete members of its parental species. It could also preserve a desirable trait from one parent species that is threatened with extinction. Hybridization happens with and without human intervention, and when humans intervene, it is often with the aim of creating a species that will be more desirable for our use. As the outcomes are not guaranteed, it is important to remember that the process has potential for great ecological impact.
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