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Subject: Would evolution differ greatly on other similiar planets?

Date: Thu May 8 16:43:04 2003
Posted by Kristina
Grade level: nonaligned School: None
City: Tarzana State/Province: California Country: USA
Area of science: Evolution
ID: 1052430184.Ev

If there was a planet similiar to own (same type of atmosphere, etc.) would 
evolution, such as dinosaur-like life forms, be similiar? Basically what I'm 
asking is, would a planet's beginnings in supporting life be almost similiar to 
Earth's evolution? Sorry for the silly question but I'm writing a fictional 
story and I want to make it sound as believable as possible.

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