|MadSci Network: Evolution|
ok first try to understand my example. suppose there are two moths of different species. one can coumouflage and other can't. so the more adapted will survive and live longer than the other. i mean to say that all the adaptations are focused on the better surviving skills of the animal and thus on his longetivity of life. and the process of reproduction is also based on the survival of the species. so in near future is it possible to that a species develops which is able to avoid its natural death at least for a few thousand or million years and has a very slow reproductive rate (to avoid over crowding)
Re: is there any chance that at any stage immortality can develop?
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