in evolution theory is there any two different types of animals can get married?
can any one give me two different types of animals (male and female) can get married and have childred
and I will be grateful if you can give me two different apes or animals that are near to human
but the most important think is to have children and those children also can get married and have more children
because I know that hourse and donkey can get married , but the childern can not
so can any one give me another example to know if evolution is still exist or it is just a theory in the past but no more exist now
because I think if evolution is really exist there must be many types of animals can get married now
or is that mean it stoped after the human apeared
- Anonymous8 years agoFavorite Answer
Charles Darwin failed miserably in his quest to validate his argument on Evolution.
God created the Heaven and Earth as the Holy Bible declares (Genesis 1:1). Don't put faith in theories. Have faith in God.
Charles Darwin did not use good logic in his famous book, "The Origin of Species."
W.R. Thompson, a Canadian entomologist(entomology-study of insects) of international repute, wrote in his introduction to the centennial edition of Darwin's Origen, "Darwin did not show in the Origin that species had originated by natural selection; he merely showed, on the basis of certain facts and assumptions, how this might have happened, and as he had convinced himself he was able to convince others.
Chapter 4 of the Origin, entitled "Natural Selection; or the Survival of the Fittest," occupies 44 pages in the 1958 mentor edition. In this chapter Darwin used the language of speculation, imagination, and assumption at least 187 times. For example, pages 118 and 119 contain the following phrases; "may have been," "is supposed to," perhaps," "If we suppose," "may still be," 'it is probable," "will generally tend," "may" "will generally tend," 'If," 'if...assumed," "supposed," "supposed," "probably," "It seems, therefore, extremely probable," and "We may suppose." Is this really the language of science? No, it is not.
Of Darwin's speculative arguments Thompson wrote, "....Personal convictions, simple possibilities, are presented as if they were proofs, or at least valid arguments in favor of the theory....The demonstration can be modified without difficulty to fit any conceivable case. It is without scientific value, since it cannot be verified; but since the imagination has free rein, it is easy to convey the impression that a concrete example of real transmutation (change of one species to another) has been given."
Source: Thompson, W.R., Introduction to The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin, E.P. Dutton and Co., New York.
Have faith dear friends in God, not theories.
- NamechangeLv 58 years ago
Ordinarily two different varieties are not considered to be different species until they have diverged enough so that either they cannot get married or their children are unable to get married.
However, there are a few exceptions.
Wolves/Coyotes/Dingos/Dogs can all marry each other, Lions/Tigers can marry, Horse/Zebra can marry, and Polar Bear/Grizzle Bear can marry
Oh and they have found evidence Humans (Homo Sapiens) mated with Neanderthals.
BTW, the term "married" is reserved for humans. For animals, the word "mate" is used instead of "married".
Words to look up for mammalian inter-species hybrids
Mammal hybrids, arranged by family
Bovidae: Beefalo · Dzo · Sheep–goat hybrid · Yakalo · Żubroń
Camelidae: Cama · Bukht · Huarizo
Canidae: Black wolf · Coydog · Coywolf · Czechoslovakian wolfdog · Jackal–dog hybrid · Kunming wolfdog · Saarlooswolfhond · Sulimov dog · Wolfdog
Elephantidae: Elephant hybrid
Equidae: Hinny · Mule · Zebroid
Felidae: Ashera · Bengal · Blynx · Caraval · Chausie · Cheetoh · Kellas Cat · Pumapard · Savannah · Serengeti cat · Leopon · Liger · Lijagulep · Marozi · Tiglon
Macropodidae: Macropod hybrids
Suidae: Iron Age pig
Mustelidae: Polecat-ferret hybrid · Polecat-mink hybrid
Ursidae: Grizzly–polar bear hybrid
- Anonymous8 years ago
You mean like a donkey and a horse? The offspring are called mules. There are a lot actually. Tigers and lions, orka and a type of dolphin, humans and Neanderthal....
- Anonymous8 years ago
1) Sorry, but animals do not get married
2) two different types of animals can reproduce (produce a child that can also reproduce) ie. German Shepard/chihuahua, but not two different species ie. frog/bear
P.S. this question belongs in the science/biology category. It has nothing to do with religion :TSource(s): science, biology
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- EarthLv 58 years ago
Animals aren't dumb enough to be married by churches, rather they mate as nature has intended them to do. And many animals mate for life, since there is no divorce they will stay together until one of them has died. They raise their children together until their children are old enough to be courted and find their own mates.
- Judy BLv 78 years ago
The definition of species (what you refer to as different animal) is that if two individuals mate they have fertile offspring. By definition, two different species do not produce fertile offspring.
So your idea that evolutionary theory states that two species mating can produce fertile offspring is incorrect.
- Ms V-Lv 78 years ago
Marriage is not something that occurs in nature. Some animals may mate for life but there's no ritual attached to it.
- Anonymous8 years ago
animals dont get married.
they mate, tigers and lions can. horse and donkeys can but the children are sterile.
- Hitch SlapLv 78 years ago
"Science & Mathematics > Biology"
Don't be a coward who asks science questions in R&S.
- mainwoollyLv 68 years ago
I really hope this was written by a 6 year old child