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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

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 Scientists Discover Fish in Act of Evolution

In what could be a first in the world, a fish species known as cichlids has been observed by scientists in the act of splitting into two distinct species in Lake Victoria:
This may be remarkable because what is causing them to diverge are adaptations to their vision as animals and plants try to cope with increased pollution and the effects of climate change. The change is also happening without geographical isolation, which was thought to be a precursor for evolution....

In a report published in the journal Nature, researchers from Tokyo’s Institute of Technology and the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology have observed the cichlid evolve into a new species better adapted in sighting its prey and predator.... The study says the eye adaptations have also affected mating patterns.

An alternative explanation, of course, is that Jesus is causing the fish to divide as a test of our faith ;)

1 Comments:

Blogger Term Papers said...

You mean to say that Fishes are discover first of all in the world?This is amazing.But I am not sure that Fishes are discover first of all in the world.


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