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What about "Killer Bees?"

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Posted by sbogill on February 10, 2003 at 08:00:35:

In Reply to: like i said... posted by Ike420 on February 06, 2003 at 12:41:17:

That's a good example of a man-made hybrid escaping captivity and running amuck in the wild. The "Africanized" bees have polluted the bloodlines of indigenous bees over an entire continent and a half now and counting. I'm sure I could think of more examples if I tried very hard.

Insomuch as hybridization in snakes goes, I straddle the fence. I can see both sides of the issue. I certainly don't think that Ike420 is a fool or an idiot and I think he has a right to express his views----albeit the Hybrid forum may not have been the best choice of places to do so.



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