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Re: but sometimes we screw up biological barriers......


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Posted by Mike M. on September 13, 2002 at 10:49:43:

In Reply to: but sometimes we screw up biological barriers...... posted by Rich G.cascabel on September 12, 2002 at 18:21:49:

I have had male lutosis try to breed a male cerberus, but did that mean that the breeding could produce a hybrid? I doubt it - just because a male snake is horny doesn't necessarily mean that any copulation would result in babies. I'm not saying hybrids don't exist in the wild or in captivity, but what I am saying is that there has to be a measure of compatability both ecologically and genetically for any to be produced at all. I also don't think we could go about saying what could or couldn't be produced without a better understanding of the animals themselves - before we get there, it's all just hand-waving and speculation.


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