at Mon Jan 23 12:39:02 2012 [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by megalon ]
While they are technically hybrids (natural intergrades ARE hybrids), the parent species are very similar, and natural ranges overlap. A reptile example would be the "greenish" rat snake, happening when black rats and yellow rats crossbreed.it is technically a naturally occurring hybrid, albeit from 2 closely related snakes from the same family; unlike say,a jungle corn, which can only happen in captivity.
if the shark had been a cross between a nurse and bull shark, for example, the debate wouldn't be happening in the first place. But since both species were blacktips to begin with, the offspring wouldn't appear unusual.
1.3 cb'09 crested geckos
0.0.1 cb'11 crested gecko
1.1 cb'09 gargoyle geckos
0.1 cb '11 gargoyle geckos
0.0.2 cb '11 gargoyle x crested hybrids
0.1 crazy ass dachshund (DayZ)
1.0 cb '03 homo sapien(Kaelan)
"jesus is coming-when i count to 3,everyone jump out and yell SURPRISE!!"
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