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What are the chances that so many interdependant plants and animals (and many more now extinct) would all exist at the same time and place with all of the necessary elements to live for a designated period of time and then to reproduce each with a compatable species having both male and female? It would be asking to much to ask for a mathamatical calcu- lation of the ratio of the possibility of this happening. Maybe you could just give me a general idea of what the chances are. There are many more factors that can be entered into this equation. But this is a good start.
Re: Why are there so many kinds of plants and animals on earth?
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