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10-07-2011 @ 11:26AM
@BoobahWhile that *is* a commonly used definition in our world of what being a "species" entails, it seems to be impossible that orcs, draenei and humans are of the same species. They all originated from different planets. Orcs from Draenor, Draenei from Argus and Humans on Azeroth. Of course, since there seems to be a lot of planets who shared common progenitors (the Titans) who altered and seeded life on verious worlds throughout the universe, it may be that their genetic manipulation left speciies they encourntered able to breed with one another. While the definition of "species" that we currently use is suitable for our purposes, I believe that if we found alien life and were miraculously able to cross-breed with it, even we would redefine what being a seperate "species" was so that it couldn't include members of two groups that eveloved on seperate planets.
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