Originally Posted by Cephalic Trauma
Yeah, but you would think those who accumulated these glandular structures would die earlier, and even some before reproductive age. Over time, they would simply die out, and those without these glandular structures would persist.
That's a good point. If death is the end result of this condition, it's kind of hard to efficiently pass that on to offspring in a natural selection type of way. So how did they learn/evolve this? Natural selection does not reward suicide. It's more puzzling the more I think about it...