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Response to Warpy (Reply #6)

Tue Jun 1, 2021, 12:49 PM

7. So usually the offspring is sterile but not always?

So would it be safe to say there were enough differences to classify them as separate (human) species, but ones that were more genetically similar than a tiger and a lion or a donkey and a horse?

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