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Researchers studying mole-rats and the East African root rat discovered that several had pain insensitivity to different irritants (referred to as “algogens”).
It was recently discovered that double-stranded microRNA (miRNAs) fed to honey bees conferred resistance to certain viral diseases that they were exposed to.
Animal polyploidy does exist, though it appears to be far less common than it is in plants. As in plants, polyploidy arises as a reproductive mistake.
Since an increase of information is needed for molecules-to-man evolution, evolutionists postulate polyploidy as a means for this.
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