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A Wolf Is The Same Species As A Dog.

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Posted by Motumos on July 6, 2001 01:52:08 UTC

A wolf is the same speices of a dog. The dog's you describe may be of another species, but the reason people keep calling them dog's, is because of peoples's own terms they keep making up. Even monkeys cannot breed with apes because of the same DNA difference, but people still call them the same, although they're not,and they very well are also a different species from one another and there is also no link between them either. One monkey did not evolve into an ape. If you try to say they did, obviously they would have the ability to mate. you Are you sure you studied biology? You do know that same species are compatible right?

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