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2 7, 3:18am
I really can't find the historical posts (that is PITA) and I don't remember what exactly was written, so it is very difficult for me to give a meaningful response.
But thanks anyway.
Just one note, if different species can produce offspring who can produce offspring (as did early humans and neanderthals), then they are not fully different species yet. Coywolves are hybrids of coyotes and wolves, thus coyotes and wolves have not differentiated into different species yet. They are subspecies or races. For great apes and hominids, such a final differentiation took about 3-4 million years.