How Do You Know That Two Organisms Are Members of the Same Species?

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You can know that two organisms are members of the same species if they are able to mate and produce fertile offspring. Some species may be able to reproduce, but they make a hybrid that is not fertile and therefore the two parents are not of the same species. An example of this offspring would be a donkey.
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