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  • noun The theory that the major types of lifeform on Earth evolved separately and independently from each other.

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  • [1] The evolutionary hypothesis of zoogenesis was developed the Austin H. Clark who was an American evolutionary zoologist who wrote 630 articles and books in six languages.

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  • [1] The evolutionary hypothesis of zoogenesis was developed the Austin H. Clark who was an American evolutionary zoologist who wrote 630 articles and books in six languages.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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