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Here he seems to be the further complication of the analogy. From
connection of units into organized groups, we turn to the breeding of
groups and their connection in a difficult group. When Hydra reaches a known
size, it separates from the surface of the kidney that begins to grow and
gradually taking the form of a breed of her body, finally separated from him, and
this process of budding the animal inhabits the surrounding waters.
The respective process is in the reproduction above
lowly tribes. When one of them will reach dimensions not
compatible with rude public form, or multiply incongruous
the number of game and other food, which can provide the surrounding country, -
is seeking to clarify, and as in such communities forever
happen to quarrels, feuds and other quarrels, soon appears to be the case
as a result of which a part of the tribe separates under the leadership of someone
of the elders and is evicted. As this process from time to time
repeats itself, then finally a vast strip of land is inhabited by numerous
individual tribes have common ancestors. The analogy is not
limited to this. Although in the ordinary Hydra offspring resulting from
the kidneys are soon separated and made independent, but in all other respects discharge
Hydrozoa, to which this animal belongs, it's not always happening
thus. Individuals, in turn evolved in this way remain
attached to relatives, beget the same individuals who, in
turn, remain attached to him, and the result is complex
animal. As we are in the Hydra we find the aggregation of units which, when
considered separately, have an affinity with the lower protozoa, so in zoophite
we see the connection of many such aggregations. The same can be seen in
the extensive family of Polyzoa or Molluscoida.