Martin Holmes (mholmes at uvaix.uvic.ca) wrote:
: Here's a question this group may be able to answer:
:: Given the fact that rabbits are rather defenceless prey animals that
: spend almost all of their life outside the warren eating against a
: green background, why haven't they evolved to be green? And why has no
: other similar mammal evolved green skin or fur, while many insects
:: Does anyone have any suggestions?
Rabbits are mainly nocturnal. At night all colors are shades of grey.
Long life to Darwinism :-)))))))).