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Scientific American: “in the lingo of evolutionary biology, natural selection favored those cats that were able to cohabit with humans and thereby gain access to the trash and mice.” In contrast, the supposed evolution pathway from primordial cell to Persian cats, pumas and panthers requires an increase in genetic information.

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