Thanks for the comment bogart.
"One example of DNA evidence of species A and species B can reproduce is the Liger and Tigon. Any hybrid is an example of this. Look up hybrids and you found your evidence The other examples are contained within his own source, which he didn't bother to read. "
But you're missing the point - try again? Sorry I should not say "try again" it's annoying.
Hybrids is an animal from two different species which can mate to product offspring. This is due to having similar DNA. You asked for an example. I gave you one
Let's take it nice and slowly. DNA is a physical molecular structure which is found in cells. So far scientific research has found that certain parts of this molecular structure is representative of traits in a living organism. How cells use DNA and what it is is still a bit of a mystery which scientists are still researching (an example of the gaps are getting bigger rather than smaller). Now DNA does NOT determine whether one living organism can reproduce with another. [/quote]
Yes it does. The Tiger and Lion are two similar species that are in the same genus. Their DNA is similar, hence why they can procduce hybrids rather than a Dog and Cat producing a hybrid
For example you cannot simply compare DNA of living organisms and use that to determine if the living organism is able to reproduce with another. The ONLY scientific evidence we have that one living organism can reproduce with one another is if we observe the living organism reproducing viable offspring. In the realm of evolution even this is not enough since the offspring has to be able to carry on reproducing.
See above, you are wrong. It gives you examples in your own source, perhaps read it.
Let me clarify. It is not possible to look at DNA and determine if living organisms are able to reproduce with one another. If you think otherwise feel free to google all day long. I actually welcome you to google it as no one should take anyone's word for it.
No need as the similarity of their DNA allows these hybrids to exist. You are asking for a predictive analysis as evidence but this is not required when we have a solid example in the two hybrids I mentioned. Where as a Human and a Chimp can not as Chimps are missing a chromosome, which contains the DNA during reproduction. You seem to never have taken grade school biology