I feel honored. I am not worthy of having an entire Great Debate about myself.
Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking…
Hey! Stop throwing things!
Meanwhile, back at the topic, I just have to wonder how different the environment on the North bank of the Amazon is from the South bank. They have very similar climates, and the biotas are obviously related. In fact, the animals which are able to cross the river appear as the same species in both areas, the organisms to whom a river is more of a barrier appear as different sub-species or as completely reproductively isolated related species.
An envrionment is more than just one ecosystem. The environment of any given species is the total suite of biomes in that species’ range.
Did you have a question there?
Dr. Fidelius, Charlatan
Associate Curator Anomalous Paleontology, Miskatonic University
“You cannot reason a man out of a position he did not reach through reason.”
Mynd you, møøse bites Kan be pretty nasti…