I'm confused. They still lay eggs.
film != egg shell
Some skinks, they argue, simply retain the egg in the uterus for a longer period of time to protect it from colder external temperatures. The longer the egg is kept in the uterus, the thinner the shell becomes. When a skink is born live, all that remains of the shell is a thin membrane, which the mother helps the baby break open.
God working his wonders
And this concludes another demonstration of Poe's Law.OHHH, you're just having fun with it. Nevermind my post, then. Heh.
No one that I know of has any issue with microevolution. Macroevolution is the issue. When a skink becomes a new species or gives birth to a primate, let me know.
I thought the issue with skinks was that they have been dropping their limbs for the last 3.6 million years.
What is a species?I fail to see this as "evolution" - they are still the same species, are they not?
No, it's not whatever. If you do not understand evolution you have no sound basis upon which to reject it.Whatever. :shrug:
Interesting post. Just because some scientest believes something, it does not mean much. Maybe it is just a different species. Maybe it is evolution, you decide.