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1. what is your conclusion?
2. If your conclusion is that the relationship is there, how would you defend that conclusion against accusations you have used a very restricted data?
Better again recently i found a zoo keeping study of wolves born in captivityin zoos relating their "skull shape".A degeneration in the shape "instantly" shows the first generation have milder curves to the skull that then degenerates again in the next to something similar to seeing a Felidae skull.
Degenerate? What do you mean by 'degenerate' in general and in this specific context?
me requoted:"Definitely it is an environmental factor in the case of increments fromdevelopment, but 'tis to evolution theory that after some time theenvironmental survival requirements for continuation or change of whetherfacets are kept or dropped from the system of the physiology."