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Pearl Necklace said...

must follow the fish? After marine animals amphibians
reptiles are all more likely to survive danger
resettlement, as because they are tenacious of the higher animals, and because
they are less these last would be pulled out of water. Such
reptiles, which live indifferently in salt and in fresh waters, as
for example, alligators, and those which are carried away on a floating
the trees of the river mouths into the sea, as Orinokia alligators, about which
says Humboldt, will, in all probability, these early
settlers. It is also obvious that among the first vertebrates inhabiting
a new continent, there will be other reptiles. If we take into consideration
what must inevitably happen on these natural rafts of trees,
earth and vegetable substances, which sometimes are carried away by large rivers like
Mississippi, with all its varied cargo of living creatures in the sea, we
we will see that whereas warm-blooded animals with a higher organization soon
die of hunger or other suffering animals are cold-blooded and sluggish
long can stay without food, will live perhaps
a few weeks; outside of accidents that may appear to be sometimes
during long periods, reptiles will be the first to arrive whole and
sound on distant shores as what we saw examples in
now. The relocation of mammals, as paired with large
risk must be in order of probability delayed for a longer time; Yes
and it is unlikely it can take place before due to the increase in new
continent the distance of its shores from neighboring countries has not decreased in
large extent or until the formation of the intermediate Islands is not delivered
organisms most able to survive the dangers of the way. But suppose
all the necessary conditions for immigration are already there; what
mammals are the first to arrive on the new continent and will remain there alive?
Of course, not large herbivores, because they immediately drown,
if due to some accidents fall into the sea; not carnivorous,
because they would find such food, what they need, even assuming,
they would have carried the way. A small four-legged, climb trees and
eating insects are just more likely to be carried out with
their domestic shores and find new the food that requires them
body. Only natural to expect that insectivorous mammals,
growth similar to those which we find in the Triassic strata, and in
stonefields shales will be the first settlers between higher vertebrates
animals. Finally, if we assume that the convenience of the message even more
increased because of the further intermediate omelene sea
the formation of new Islands, or as a result of the perfect Union that new
the mainland with the old connections, due to the continuing increases in
soil - we will finally find that new and better animals
surge in the newly formed continent.