Monday, March 19, 2007

Island leopard deemed new species

from the bbc:

Clouded leopards found on Sumatra and Borneo represent a new species, research by genetic scientists and the conservation group WWF indicates.

Until now it had been thought they belonged to the species that is found on mainland southeast Asia.

Scientists now believe the two species diverged more than one million years ago, and have evolved separately since.

...clearly there is no scientific evidence for the support of evolution (kansas board of education)

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