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Author Topic:   Transitional fossils not proof of evolution?
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Message 96 of 223 (316755)
05-31-2006 11:12 PM
Reply to: Message 95 by Chiroptera
05-31-2006 11:05 PM


Re: attempted save
On the other hand, if a single species can show such wide variation, then why is "macroevolution" between higher taxa so hard to accept?
Very good.
And I look more like a chimp than broccoli looks like mustard.
Heck, I look more like broccoli than mustard does, some days...

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