Mammals struggle during delivery with risk to life as well... why has Evolution not eased up the process till date over millions of years?
- Gus DihnLv 64 weeks agoFavorite AnswerSource(s): Google
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
It's based on the size of the offspring and the anatomy of the birth canal. If they're too big, you die. If they're too small/underdeveloped, they die. What should evolution be doing to fix this? It's a trade off. That's why humans are born so incredibility underdeveloped and unfinished. We don't even have a sense of self until 18+ months AFTER being born.
- Steven SLv 73 weeks ago
Because, first and foremost, evolution is a failed theory.
- DRDEATHLv 74 weeks ago
because evolution is fake
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- tizzoseddyLv 64 weeks ago
The benefits are worth the difficulties and risks. Healthy pregnancies, and successful deliveries are far more common than fatal outcomes. If mammalian reproductive processes were an overall disadvantage, they would not have evolved, and enabled mammals to survive, and thrive for as long as they have.