Subject: How fresh-water fish got distributed to widely separated bodies of water
Date: Sat Sep 23 14:18:34 2000
Posted by John Hansen
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City: Vista State/Province: CA
Area of science: Evolution
Fresh-water fish (and other life-forms, also), of similar and identical
species even, live in widely scattered bodies of water (lakes and rivers)--
so widely scattered, in fact, that it is hard to imagine these bodies were
ever connected in the past by fresh water. How did these fish get from
their supposedly unique places of origin to all the places where they live
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