sin título


Por nxnQOBFnISlxDrkBayq
gravatar image
Hace 8 años

Oh, thanks, Grant, now I'll have to rinse my brain out :)Srsly, touhgh: In other words, there is no evidence that platypuses have evolved, but there is abundant evidence they have degenerated this reflects the common misconception that evolution is always 'striving' towards perfection, whereas in reality natural selection results in the adaptation of a population to its current environment. SIgh. I suspect we don't teach that concept particularly well in schools, BTW.As for the idea of platypuses walking across landbridges to get to Australia during an ice age sorry, guys, but even at the peak of the last glaciation (which was actually too long ago to fit within the YEC mindset of that dreadful website) there was no land bridge between Asia & Australia. Flores Strait is a deep-water strait & would still have been there.