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docyabut2

How the “raccoon” became a whale

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Piney

@Carnoferox   There is sooo much wrong with this article I'm overwhelmed!!!

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Noteverythingisaconspiracy
37 minutes ago, Piney said:

@Carnoferox   There is sooo much wrong with this article I'm overwhelmed!!!

I particularly love how the headline says : An Objective Look. 

When the lies begin before the actual article you know its gonna be good. :rolleyes:

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Black Red Devil

Imagine all the plankton the raccoons had to eat to become that big.

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Carnoferox
1 hour ago, Piney said:

@Carnoferox   There is sooo much wrong with this article I'm overwhelmed!!!

Good Lord this one's a wreck. For starters whales evolved from artiodactyls, not carnivorans like raccoons.

@docyabut2

This "article" belongs nowhere near the Science section. It's a steaming load of garbage.

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docyabut2
27 minutes ago, Carnoferox said:

Good Lord this one's a wreck. For starters whales evolved from artiodactyls, not carnivorans like raccoons.

@docyabut2

This "article" belongs nowhere near the Science section. It's a steaming load of garbage.

I guess you can,t believe  a manual can become a fish again.  

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Carnoferox
32 minutes ago, docyabut2 said:

I guess you can,t believe  a manual can become a fish again.  

I'm not sure what you mean.

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Still Waters
7 hours ago, Carnoferox said:

Good Lord this one's a wreck. For starters whales evolved from artiodactyls, not carnivorans like raccoons.

@docyabut2

This "article" belongs nowhere near the Science section. It's a steaming load of garbage.

It's also 10 years old. 

@docyabut2 posting an old article for discussion is never a good idea, it's always better to find something more up-to-date.

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