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For questions about the long-term change of a specific species, type of creature, or trait, usually through the process of natural selection and reproduction. Consider also [creature-design].

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What are some circumstances that would require a mammal or a reptile to grow another pair of limbs?
asked Apr 24 '15 by TheSelfAwarePotato
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Could a species of aquatic mammals develop bio-luminescence? What kind of bio-luminescence would it be? What circumstances could lead to it?
asked Apr 25 '15 by TheSelfAwarePotato
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A myrmecoleon is a creature with the upper torso of a lion and the rest of the body is like an ant. While it's not probable for a true insect-mammal hybrid to happen naturally, are there any evolutio …
asked May 9 '16 by TheSelfAwarePotato
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So, I understand that human skin color is based on the distance from the equator, but would it be possible to evolve skin to be a non-natural color such as green, pink, blue, purple, ect? Perhaps if i …
asked Jul 20 '15 by TheSelfAwarePotato
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So, according to Other blood colors it is entirely possible for other blood colours to evolve based on what base they use, but why? What would be the benefits of these different bases? What purpose wo …
asked Jan 15 '16 by TheSelfAwarePotato
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I am working on the development of a humanoid species. I figured they'd have split along the evolutionary chain around the same time as humans. They'd live in a warm climate, resulting in little hair …
asked Apr 20 '15 by TheSelfAwarePotato