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You surely do not mean that the environment made the nuptial pads. lamarckian:
No, of course not. The toad made them. • Most species of toads mate In water,
and during the mating period, the male clasps the female with his arms from a ...
biologist: Ah, so the toad knew in some sense or had the "potentiality" for growing
nuptial pads? lamarckian: Something like that, yes. The toad could make nuptial
pads when forced to breed in water. biologist: Ah, he could adapt himself.
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