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Is a live fetus a developing human being?

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Started: 5/13/2018 Category: Science
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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I say yes, a fetus is a developing human being (obviously assuming the mother is human).


No, because the question does not confirm this is a human mothers fetus, so a fetus can be any mammal, except a platypus
Debate Round No. 1


I'm new to the site, but I thought I clarified that the fetus is human, obviously assuming the mother is human. Am I mistaken? Unless a semantic debate is the goal here, I thought the intent very clear.
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Posted by unknown777 3 years ago
Pro seems right. Fetus got a combined (from parents) human dna. The fetus was made of human by sperm cell and egg cell. Those fetus have no difference to human as they existed on the same process called reproduction.
Posted by MarkK.1068 3 years ago
Yes, I'm doing just that. I'm baiting for an easy win. But, it's a building block to something else.
Posted by PushHarper 3 years ago
Stop trying to bait people into getting you an easy win
Posted by MasterMewtwo 3 years ago
Nah, an early stage human is developing into a plant, clearly.
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