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Guest JustAnotherEvolutionist

Evolution of Canis

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Guest JustAnotherEvolutionist

I have been looking into hybridization between coyotes and red and gray wolves. It seems to my untrained eye that these three clades represent one diverse species because they have no problem reproducing with one another and producing viable fertile offspring. So whats your opinion on the idea that there all the same species and that they've been misclassified?

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