Hidden DNA found in blue whales reveals they've been mating with other species — and their hybrid offspring

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"no current evidence that carrying fin whale DNA negatively impacts blue whale individuals." Nor should there be any such assumption. Our Neanderthal genes - more than 2% in many northern European populations - have been beneficial to us.
 
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So what they're saying is that our 90% DNA to monkeys, which is much more identical than these whales DNA to eachother, is that people still fornicate with monkeys.
 
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"no current evidence that carrying fin whale DNA negatively impacts blue whale individuals." Nor should there be any such assumption. Our Neanderthal genes - more than 2% in many northern European populations - have been beneficial to us.
And your comment only confers with you being interested in free beastiality..
 
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Newly sequenced genomes of blue whales in the Atlantic Ocean contain "unexpectedly high" levels of fin whale DNA, hinting that the two species have been interbreeding much more than previously realized.

Hidden DNA found in blue whales reveals they've been mating with other species — and their hybrid offspring : Read more

Newly sequenced genomes of blue whales in the Atlantic Ocean contain "unexpectedly high" levels of fin whale DNA, hinting that the two species have been interbreeding much more than previously realized.

Hidden DNA found in blue whales reveals they've been mating with other species — and their hybrid offspring : Read more
Brings back the old saying, "nature will find a way" seems true in this article.