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Thursday, April 07, 2011

If an animal gives birth to a new species, can that initiate the new species?

The new species would need to find a mate (or mates) ---maybe a littermate (unlikely in general, impossible if there is no litter). Or maybe the new species could hybridze with a related species - but some of the new traits could be lost or compromised and many hybrids are sterile. It is like the question of where did Cain's wife come from. Yet another dilemma for Darwinian evolution


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