Well, according tho what I read...it's still a frog. What did the frog evolve into? Not a very strong case for evolution.
Not all frogs are alike: Over several thousand years, this behavior created a reproductively isolated population - essentially a new species - that is unable to mate with either of the original frog populations.
posted on 11/02/2005 11:28:44 AM PST
(Modernman should not have been banned.)
"that is unable to mate with either of the original frog populations."
Maybe they aren't really trying.
posted on 11/02/2005 11:31:10 AM PST
It's still a frog. It did not turn into a salamander or a snake. I would put this article under *adaptation* not evolution.
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