It's fantasy, which means it doesn't scientifically have to be correct. While SM was trying for scientific accuracy, there still are things that can be chalked up to fiction.
it is possible that this venom "healed" her human injuries in order to become a vampire. (this could also explain why bella does not have the "baby" excess skin on her abdomen as a vampire?)
waiting for a meteor wrote:it is possible that this venom "healed" her human injuries in order to become a vampire. (this could also explain why bella does not have the "baby" excess skin on her abdomen as a vampire?)
I think so, too. The extra skin would not come in handy on the hunt, therefore the venom presumably took care of it.
debussygirl wrote:So if you were around before the boards crashed, you may or may not know that I was thoroughly confused about how a 25-chromosone vampire could have a normal child with a 23-chromosone human. Well, I did my research this time other than relying on my limited public school knowledge of it, and I found that this could happen.
In the first paragraph you read that donkeys have 62 chromosones, horses have 64. But they can reproduce and make a mule. I still don't get it, but it can happen. Which also brings up an interesting point. Not all mules are sterile. Some female mules can reproduce with purebred horses or donkeys. It's the same with a liger. Here's the site:
So maybe Renesmee could have children with Jacob. Hmmm...
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