Can Humans Breed with Animals?

Here is something to ponder. Maybe a better way to ask this question is, Can humans and animals reproduce a living being? It doesn’t take rocket science to figure out the answer to this. However, there are experiments taking place today that would involve the combination of human DNA and that of mice. So far, not much has come out of that, to my knowledge.
Human beings are the only beings that mate facing each other. Animals use other positions to get the job done. I’m not going to go into details here, and I am aware of the variations that people have in completing the sex act, but I think you get the idea.
Horses breed and have horses. Cats give birth to kittens. Dogs give birth to dogs, and lizards give birth to lizards. Are dogs similar to horses? Yes, there are a lot of features they have in common. But that does not imply that they have a common ancestor. Fossils of horses that have been excavated are that of horses. There are no transitional forms.
Years ago, cats were used in Egyptian worship. There have been cats that were preserved and were found. Cats that lived in the days of the pyramids are the same animals as they are today. There aren’t transitional forms of cats or dogs, or any other animal.
The only animal that is known to be able to breed outside of its species is the horse and donkey. They produce a mule. But mules cannot reproduce themselves. They definitely have features from both the horse and the donkey, and are a unique animal. They are able to have the right kind of chromosome combination to make a mule. This too, is God’s creativity. It happens with this kind of animal and God designed it to be so. That is part of His plan.
No transitional forms, and no animals breeding with people in order to reproduce. It just can’t happen, and aren’t we glad?

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5 Comments

  1. Dennis said,

    February 4, 2012 at 4:08 pm

    Liger (male lion and female tiger)
    Tigon (male tiger and female lion)

    those are just a few others. Most inter-species offspring are sterile, too.

  2. awestruck09 said,

    February 4, 2012 at 5:00 pm

    Very interesting. Thanks for the insight. I always wondered if felines could interbreed.

  3. Jon Reagan said,

    April 5, 2012 at 2:43 am

    great site, thanks for sharing on SOBE

    • awestruck09 said,

      April 6, 2012 at 1:21 pm

      Thank you. I will try to add items to this page as they come to mind. I love doing apologetics and hope to become more skilled as time goes on.

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