The first individual of a new species wouldn't find a mate (Talk.Origins)
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The first individual of the new species would be very unlikely to find a mate. Hybrids are infertile, so a newly evolved individual would not be able to breed successfully with the original species. The mutation that caused that individual to be a new species would also have to occur in an individual of the opposite sex.
- TCCOP. 1998. Evolutionism vs. creationism: Evidence, extinction, and the evolutionarian "spin doctors"
Talk Origins is correct on this point.