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Would asking a question about potential environmental impacts a non-native species to an area would be?

That would be ontopic, yet the Q needs decent embedding in the literature. The risk of hypothetical case questions like this is that they are too broad and lack any prior research required to make the ...
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Understanding how to avoid my question being closed

It would help to reference academic papers or similar research to frame your question as a general question about a phenomenon. Basically, identify the phenomenon exists and that scientists talk about ...
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How to handle a topic where a biology answer is neeed following a claim by an official entity?

Having the question as it is now, it is a question which is better for skeptics.se. Especially when you take into account who asked the question and the likely intent behind it. The answer has been ...
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Why so mean? Not a good first impressiong

I was not involved in this question in any way, as I know little about organismal biology and embryology. However, like the poster, I have used the privilege earned on one site (SE Biology) to gain ...
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Why is my question about causation downvoted?

Why is my question about causation downvoted? Well, the comments under your question explain the downvotes (causation is difficult to establish oftentimes), but you can also see that these views are ...
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