"Yes, I've heard of them, and yes they are anomalies, most of these cases are all the result of man's imagination, and result in sterility. Also, when these cases exist in nature, which is extremely rare, they don't last. None of those examples has continued over the ages, even if they reproduce, they don't keep reproducing."
Are you sure about that? As Karibkween said, there are plenty of hybrids/mutations that have become more prevalent than the orginal. Viruses are a good example.
"Okay, fair enough, I assumed you were going somewhere with the information. "
If you looked at what I sent and looked deeper, you would see the connection.
I have been there already about blue bloods, cyanoglobin, caudas, webbing, etc.
That is why I directed you to the archives.
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