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arachnidsrulz12

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have u ever wonder why that some scientist breed hybrid species of T's, because they want to study them?


these is my opinion, don't even start being freeky and stuff:D
 

Kirk

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To who's research are you referring? There is a long-standing view that the inability to interbreed is indicative of separate species. But, interfertility is also possible among members of different species.

A little more context to your question would be helpful.
 

arachnidsrulz12

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To who's research are you referring? There is a long-standing view that the inability to interbreed is indicative of separate species. But, interfertility is also possible among members of different species.

A little more context to your question would be helpful.
I don't know arachnologist:D

just my opinion

yeah really some scientist do that and they know it's bad to crossbreed
 

Travis K

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What evidence do you have of this being done by scientist/arachnologist?

If you have none then you will be remembered as a fool.
 

Kirk

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I don't know arachnologist:D

just my opinion

yeah really some scientist do that and they know it's bad to crossbreed
You expressed an opinion? I missed that. There is nothing inherently 'bad' about cross breeding - certainly not from any scientific perspective.
 

Sleazoid

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I think he is trying to revive the locked thread. Just ignore him. :)
 
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