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The true mammalian ancestors
Topic Started: Apr 3 2012, 02:27 PM (415 Views)
Flishster
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http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/tetrapod-zoology/2012/04/01/amphisbaenians-and-origins-of-mammals/
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Russwallac
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"Ta-da!"
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That was a JOKE, Flish.
"We've started a cult about a guy's liver, of course we're going to demand that you give us an incredibly scientific zombie apocalypse." -Nanotyranus

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The ethereal photosynthetic archosaur

what the hell!? No way. where are the synapsids?
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Phosphene

"April Fool's is gone and done, you're the fool for making one"
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No, I honestly had no idea it was fake. XD
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I look at the world we've been handed, and wonder how everyone else does it.
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The ethereal photosynthetic archosaur

this is a case of evolutionary bioparanoia.
http://wwwmidgetonfire.blogspot.com/2010/10/weird-and-wonderful-alternative.html?m=1

The bioparanoia are a type of biological theories that explain various events of evolution, with extravagant theories and out of place, according to the scientific order.
differ from some projects of the forum because they are declared as scientific theories that did.
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