Professor Hunt and Roy from University of California, San Diego has published in the Journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences their views on evolution of bigger animals from small animals.
Researchers found that evolution also occurred in deep sea animals and they found that over time transmission of animals from occurred mostly by increase in size and they found that when the temperature decreased becoming more cooler the animals increased in size and when the temperature was found to be stable no change in body size of the animals.
The researchers do not agree with the change of species or new creature evolution over time but they agree evolution in the form of animal size from small to big occur when the temperature got down. Though due to global warming the chances of size transmission may be static as there is a gradual increase in temperature globally the scientists are not sure what would be the evolution in warmer climates.
The study which was funded by National Science Foundation, conducted by the two researchers on evolution of deep sea animals as shown that there are no facts which shows the evolution of new species but study shown a transformation of these animals from smaller size to a bigger size which was influenced by temperature changes.