Last edit: 13 July 2011, 3:27 AM by mesozoicrising
interspecies mating is a possibility, successfully? i guess we may never know. horses and donkeys make a mule, but a mule cant reproduce. environmental changes also weigh on behavior, and evolution makes sure the animal adapts accordingly, if the animal can it will change drastically. the frills on ceratopsians could be different due to genetic mutation, weather and environment could influence this, theres no real way to tell, look at dogs though, multiple species of dog mate together when secluded like in a breeding house, seclusion could provoke this, in the animal kingdom, the urge to mate and further the species, sex, is the most powerful urge of all. its one of the roots to life, mating, making sure theres a new generation. its almost hard wired in the very genes that make life up. ya know? theres a ton of evidence for both sides the fence, i think studying todays life more closely we can make a better educated guess, but will e ever know for sure?