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5-10-2010 @ 1:46PM
@Deluded spiderYou might be entirely right, I never thought of that.@TethraNo, I'm not, but I took a few classes, and I was lead to believe that 'reproductively isolated' meant that they couldn't produce fertile offspring; at least, that's what my text book said. But good point about dogs and wolves, I didn't realize they were still genetically similar enough to produce fertile offspring... You learn a new thing everyday. :P
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