Answer: If polar bears had the opportunity to eat penguins, Im quite sure they would. The reason they dont is because polar bears and penguins live a long distance apart. Polar bears live in Arctic regions of North America, Europe and Asia, whereas penguins live in the southern hemisphere.
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Q Is the moon made of green cheese? A What if the Moon Was Made of Green Cheese What if the Moon Was Made of Green Cheese What if we turned the Moon into 7x10.25g of green cheese. 1x10.24 moles of C - > 8x10.22g - > 100 km radius core 3x10.24 moles of water - > 2x10.23g - > 400 km deep oceans 2x10.23 moles of ethane - > 1x10.22g thick atmosphere 1x10.23 moles of N2 - > 4x10.21g " ". So unless Ive made a big math mistake somewhere, the green cheese Moon would quickly evolve into a strange little Europa - like or Titan - like world, with a very dense graphite core, a thick atmosphere and deep oceans, and almost no leftover cheese.. Keh?!?! I suppose I did ask
A: The egg. So you have something to throw at the stupid chicken..
A: Actually, this question is more anthropological than evolutionary, since the chicken ( Gallus domesticus - ) didnt exist until its domestication around 2000 BC in Indochina. The first chicken came from the first chicken egg, which was laid by a red junglefowl ( Gallus gallus - )..
A: No, the genitive form can only refer to the maker, not to the inhabitant of the egg. So, as the egg, out of which the first chicken emerged, cannot have been a chickens egg, because it was laid by a p - chicken, and as we have clearly stated that the Egg in the Dilemma of the Chicken and the Egg can only have been meant as a chickens egg, I conclude that the Egg came into existence after the Chicken..
A: # Scientists agree on where chickens came from: In a sense, human beings invented them, just like they invented cows and pigs and other domesticated animals on Old MacDonalds Farm..