Re: NANFA-- Re: Pupfish
Sat, 9 Jun 2001 11:54:57 EDT

In a message dated 6/6/2001 9:52:34 AM Central Daylight Time, writes:

<< I do not believe that if given proper care, the C. diabolis that becomes a
larger fish with better finnage stops being a C. diabolis. The harsh
environment in which they naturally live, limits their full potential and
the fish are merely surviving. >>
Unless the fish has an enormous gene mutation rate, nothing is changed in the
fish, at least in his programming. Take them out of their natural stimuli
and they grow differently. But if you were to put subsequent generations
back under their normal conditions, they should react the same way. Sounds
like an experiment waiting to happen


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