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Can an ant be an offspring of a fly?


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I would not have thought so, surely that doesn't make sense does it, flies and ants are two entirely different things!
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No, an ant cannot be an offspring of a fly because they have a different number of chromosomes.
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Date of comment: Fri, Jul 9th 2010

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