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RE: Watery evolution of man?
--- Andrew Simpson <email@example.com> schrieb:
> I've always been interested in the concept that our
> ancestors spent some major time in the water. The
> theory being that that is why we have "hairless"
> webbed fingers and toes, and mate (most commonly)
> to face. Which only water creatures do. Our noses
> play into this as well.
The fossils that disprove it have been found since.
The guy whence it came went down into the history of
science for a great contribution, yes. But that was
not the Aquatic Ape.
209 since 2000? Not too bad.
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