What is Phylogenetic relationship?

Phylogenetic relationships are the relationships that show how far back two species shared a common ancestor.

For example, we have a closer phylogenetic relationship with other great apes than we do with mice and a closer phylogenetic relationship with mice than we do with cats. “Phylogenetic relationship” refers to the relative times in the past that species shared common ancestors.

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