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The Green Sea Slug: An Animal With Photosynthesis

In his evolution apologetic, Science on Trial, Douglas Futuyma argued that the idea that the species were created is obviously false because they not well designed. Evolution, concluded Futuyma, must be true. For instance, Futuyma pointed out that photosynthesis is immensely useful, yet no higher animals have this mechanism. But new research is finding just that. The green sea slug, it seems, is part animal and part plant. As one report explained:  Read more
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2 Responses to The Green Sea Slug: An Animal With Photosynthesis

  1. Well, it’s a plant on it’s way to becoming an animal then. Seriously, though, I saw a show saying that a lungfish “was on it’s way to becoming a land animal”. So does that mean otters are becoming seals, seals are becoming whales, flying squirrels are becoming bats, and flying fishes are becoming flying reptiles?

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    Davem,

    So does that mean otters are becoming seals, seals are becoming whales, flying squirrels are becoming bats, and flying fishes are becoming flying reptiles?

    Since the whale come from a wolf, then when a whale beaches itself, we ought to leave it alone; after all, it’s just trying to become a dog again.

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