While it's true that the general rule is that posting the same question on multiple sites in the network is discouraged (and at least Unix & Linux SE has that as a specific reason to close a question, possibly because of their large overlap with Ask Ubuntu and to a lesser extent Super User and Server Fault), the operative word here is same.
Broadly speaking, it's fine to ask about the same topic on different sites, in order to get different perspectives, but that doesn't mean that you should take the exact same question text and post it verbatim on multiple sites.
Rather, you should adapt the question to each audience.
I haven't looked at this example in particular, but I imagine there are, for example, things that would be taken for granted on Biology SE (say, an earthen environment populated by carbon-based, oxygen-breathing lifeforms) that you might benefit from explicitly stating when asking on Worldbuilding SE.
For example, the best-received (by net vote count) question of mine on Physics SE is one about faster-than-light travel, which is a little surprising in a way because their subject scope specifically deals with mainstream physics only. One of my better received answers on Worldbuilding also deals with faster-than-light travel, was accepted, and is very much based in mainstream science. This doesn't mean that one could just transpose the two questions and expect that things work out well. It does, however, show that the same general concept can be asked about on both sites, if the questions are written appropriately.