Hybrids are proof (whether they are fertile or not) that the two parents are really of the same original created kind
or Hebrew “Bara” + “min” = ”created” + “kind” … hence the creationary branch of biological classification called “Baraminology.”
Yes, Napoleon Dynamite was right — there are real Li-gers! So, the donkey and horse … and the lion and tiger … really are two examples of creatures that biologists mistakenly referred to as “separate species.”
Evo-science usually blurs all distinctions—a flaw endemic to all evo-thinking. This is not surprising—though it is mistaken. Evo-thinking must inevitably lead to conclusions that eventually must collide head-on with the observations of real data, and this is a clear case of such happening.
In the Case of the Donkey and Horse
The horse and donkey represent two breeding lines that came down from the original horse-kind. But, from the time of the Ark they have been separately breeding for millennia and not swapping genes with each other. Each experiencing different mutations that have been damaging the two gene pools since their many-times-great-great grandparents got off the Ark.
If they share the same damaged genes, with the same back-up genes active, etc … then they can still reproduce. But if the chromosomes or even the genes, have been so much changed in different ways over the generations, that they no longer have a good compatibility anymore. Over time they first would begin to produce sterile hybrid offspring, and then eventually would not be able to breed between the groups and bear any offspring at all anymore.
This is not e-volution. However, it is de-volution.
Get it? This is the loss of the ability to reproduce, between the two genetic lines of the same Kind. It is not the gain of a new thing. It is the loss of an old thing. This is just another way in which the imaginations of evo-thinking lead to misconceptions about the real biological facts and functions of all living things! Dr J