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Author Topic:   Transitional fossils not proof of evolution?
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Message 207 of 223 (341222)
08-18-2006 10:55 PM
Reply to: Message 206 by Chiroptera
08-18-2006 10:33 PM

Re: That which has not evolved.
Not to mention that the modern horsecrabs may and probably are producing more efficent hormones then their ancestors. They probably have a different genotype. Not to mention that they may have different growth cycles, which is probably true given the changing temperature of the ancient oceans. A different growth cycle is a different species.

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