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David SimsEssays

Too much genetic distance between mates reduces fitness of the offspring. by David Sims ONE CLEAR example of outbreeding depression is the lack of socio-economic success for the bulk of US-resident Mulattoes (called “Blacks” or “African-Americans”). Although this…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

Introduced by Kevin Alfred Strom (1995) THERE IS ASTOUNDING information available to the dedicated researcher in our libraries, at least those few that have not yet engaged in the Politically Correct frenzy of selling off or throwing away all books published before 1965. There is even valuable information…
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APPARENTLY, outbreeding is a problem when we’re talking about owls. National Geographic: Throughout the forests of its Pacific Northwest home, the spotted owl, listed as a threatened species, is facing a new challenge. An interloper from the Midwest, the barred owl, has moved in and the birds are…
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