Mr. Twister


Jacob Mikanowski -- We live in an invertebrate world. Of all known animal species, less than 5% have backbones. About 70% are insects. Fewer than one in every 200 are mammals, and a huge proportion of those are rodents. Looked at from the point of view of species diversity, we mammals are just a handful of mice on a globe full of beetles.
Well, you can always say it is entirely a classification effect. (Humans are defining what belongs to different species, right?)
По-моему, нет, деление на позвоночных и беспозвоночных объективно, и виды в основном тоже.