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comment Does evolution destroy functional sequences much faster than it creates them in any large-genome animal with low reproductive rates?
This belong on Biology.SE
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asked What happens to the holes in the skull where teeth were developing?
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revised Why does ostrich meat look and taste more like beef than chicken?
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accepted What is a Mitochondrial Eve and Y-chromosomal Adam
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revised Why does ostrich meat look and taste more like beef than chicken?
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asked Why does ostrich meat look and taste more like beef than chicken?
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accepted Do male marsupials have a pouch?
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asked Do male marsupials have a pouch?
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accepted Do other male mammals except for humans have nipples?
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comment Is it possible to make bacteria vulnerable to antibiotics it's resistant to?
This question doesn't have any claim associated with it, but rather wants to know if a certain biological process is possible, I think that because of it this question should be on Biology.SE and not here..
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comment Do egg laying animals experience a pregnancy?
So your answer is that the animal doesn't feel any serious change between laying a fertilized and an unfertilized egg?
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comment Is there an “Adam and Eve” for each new trait during (not just human) evolution?
@MCM, I hope it's clearer now
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revised Is there an “Adam and Eve” for each new trait during (not just human) evolution?
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comment Is there an “Adam and Eve” for each new trait during (not just human) evolution?
I'm not talking about speciation here, like the question you reference to, but about new mutation/features. I'm aware that the first dinosaur with feathers is still a dinosaur, and the first fish with lungs is still a fish, the question is, was there only 1 first fish with lungs, who's the ancestor of all creatures with lungs, or were there several fish that all developed lungs independently, and then interbred between themselves to produce all lunged creatures, but there is no 1 specific ancestors to all, but several different individual ancestors.