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|Evolutionary Continuum: Species Concepts|
|Topic Started: Jul 17 2008, 02:16 PM (6,065 Views)|
|Dragon||Nov 23 2011, 07:03 PM Post #196|
Choose your words wisely, or be roasted.
it's quite possible. In fact, it's quite probable that a giant echidna would use it's tongue to catch fish, or get a longer, beaked muzzle for that purpose.
"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life," John 3:16|
"99 little bugs in the code,
99 little bugs in the code,
take one down patch it around,
117 little bugs in the code,"
I think this describes what dinosaurs are like now
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|Dragonthunders||Mar 20 2012, 03:55 PM Post #197|
|hey, this is dead?|
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The Odyssey of the Times
The same life, another planet
The War of the Worlds is coming
|DNArchitect||Mar 23 2012, 07:45 PM Post #198|
Last Descendant of the Post-Nuclear Aberrants
|no its undead|
|citrakayah||Jun 28 2012, 09:10 AM Post #199|
There aren't any coursing predators in the African savannah currently. I'd like to create one.
Also, can we attempt to argue that a species that has been stated to be extinct shouldn't be extinct? Because if humans vanished at about now, I think I could make an excellent case for cheetahs in desert regions, descended from a small population in the Sahara desert (or, for that matter, descended from a population in Namibia; where if we vanished their populations would explode). They don't really have any competition.
They aren't big cats, either, they're a distinct lineage and they can't roar. And elimination of other big cats would work tremendously in their favor.
Edited by citrakayah, Jun 28 2012, 02:11 PM.
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