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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 28, 2002 01:51:50 UTC

"Macro-evolution is simply the mutation of one species of organism into another, and has been observed in bacteria."

Well, that may be the defintion, but such changes (like in bacteria) are really microevolution. Give me an example of macroevolution except bacteria. Just one. After all, since we all came from a common ansector, there should be many examples, right? KC2GWX 73's

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