Anonymous asked:Why is reproduction considered an evolutionary advantage? Like I get that without reproduction the species would die out, but teachers have always kind of portrayed early humans as beings that only cared about survival, and knowing that their species will go extinct if they don't reproduce seems a little too complex of a thought for them, but maybe my understanding of their intelligence is just wrong.
It’s not about thinking. Everything reproduces…organisms that don’t have the desire to reproduce don’t reproduce and thus their genes don’t get passed on. If a whole...
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