Quote# 695

It is telling that if one compares the DNA of a human, a cow and a kangaroo one finds that the human DNA is more similar to the kangaroo (a marsupial, of course) than the cow (a fellow mammal). Why is this?

andy butler, BBC Science Board 12 Comments [9/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Two legs.

10/4/2006 4:21:42 AM


Marsupials are a type of mammal.

10/4/2006 5:12:06 AM

Madame Scarlet

Because marsupials are mammals, dickwad. They just have pouches where they keep their young.

10/9/2006 9:02:50 PM


Something tells me he misunderstands the definition of \"mammal.\"

4/3/2007 6:15:36 PM

hahahaha amazing

2/8/2009 12:33:51 AM

Science fail.

12/15/2009 4:40:57 AM


Um, marsupials are mammals.

12/15/2009 4:50:10 AM


Um . . . actually I think your wrong. I think we share a closer common ancestor with cows than kangaroos. I don't know where you're getting this information, but I'm fairly sure you're wrong.

Also, marsupials are mammals. If you don't know that, really, I shouldn't be surprised if you got the rest of your facts wrong too.

12/15/2009 4:30:24 PM



He is wrong. Human DNA is closer to a cow's than a kangaroos. 85 million years instead of 140.

10/19/2010 8:11:23 PM

Sentry Gun

I greatly doubt that.

7/16/2012 7:32:03 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Andy's DNA most resembles a rutabaga.

2/24/2015 6:21:35 PM


Why is this?

Because you are lying?

2/25/2015 12:31:44 AM

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