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    (Original post by Najlac)
    According to molecular phylogeny, Archaea are actually more closely related to Eukarya.
    Yeah it was bacteria on top 👌🏻

    (Original post by kjasme)
    So the answer was 1.74 right?
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    I think the niche and enviroment did play a part since they live in Southern and Northen Australia respectively, there's difference in climate/habitats/food hunting behaviour.

    (Original post by I <3 WORK)
    Apologies I've only just saw this. Yes you're right about having to write about genotype instead of environment. I wrote that the allele for tall height and higher mass was more expressed for North than South Australia. (I forgot about which way round it is the country that had the taller heights/mass.) I don't know though because you're saying they were talking about the fur that was expressed - I'm not too sure I hope I haven't actually got that wrong!
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