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Posted by Mario Dovalina on May 14, 2002 01:39:34 UTC

Sharks and crocodiles are relatively the same, as well. Their DNA is so stable (sharks almost never get cancer) and their physiology is so well-adapted that evolution for them would almost always lead in a downward direction, hence eliminating those who DO mutate more than others.

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