|Jul13-12, 09:58 AM||#18|
Is there a limit to evolution?
As others have indicated already, it is always the species which survives which can adapt to the present "environmental" circumstances, be it temperature, vegetation and the like. And as the earth is huge, there are also species which can survive in one place, but cannot in other places (insects are a good example here).
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