Evolutionary question

Ed Rybicki ED at molbiol.uct.ac.za
Tue Oct 3 11:27:08 EST 1995

> To:            molecular-evolution at net.bio.net
> From:          porter_c at a1.tch.harvard.edu (Christine Porter)
> Subject:       Re: Evolutionary question
> Date:          2 Oct 1995 18:56:03 GMT

> In article <Pine.OSF.3.91.950930110342.883F-100000 at leonis.nus.sg>
> PRAJU VIKAS <sci50444 at leonis.nus.sg> writes:

> > What kind of evolutionary pressure actually gave rise to a snail!
> Garlic Butter
> Seriously, a worm-like creature with it's own protective shell that can
> still move around for food, mate selectively (or reproduce asexually),
> stay moist in temporary dry conditions... What's the mystery?

I'd still say SLOOO-OOOOO-OOOOO-WWW pressure...(sorry)

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